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April 26, 2016

Fatal Pa. Turnpike crash victim identified as Moorestown teen

Kelly C. O'Brien died Monday when a tractor-trailer overturned onto her car

Eighteen-year-old Moorestown, New Jersey, resident Kelly C. O'Brien has been identified as the driver killed in a two-vehicle crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Monday afternoon, 6ABC reports. 

According to reports, O'Brien's vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer hauling 20,000 pounds of soup, driven by Matthew A. Bradley of Benton Harbor, Michigan, near mile marker 350.6 in Bensalem, located between Exit 343 and Exit 351. 

The crash sent both vehicles into an embankment, with the tractor-trailer landing on top of O'Brien's car, crushing and killing her. She was the only one reported in the car at the time of the crash and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Bradley was transported from the scene to a nearby hospital. There have been no reports regarding his injuries. 

The cause of the crash is being investigated.

Read the full report at 6ABC.