1 child dead, another critical after dump truck, SUV collide in Phoenix

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One child is dead and another one is in critical condition following a multiple-vehicle crash Monday morning, according to the Phoenix Fire Department. 

Just after 7 a.m., Phoenix police responded to the crash involving a dump truck and an SUV near 51st Avenue and Broadway Road

According to Phoenix police, a dump truck was traveling northbound when it collided with an SUV that was turning left to head east on Broadway Road.

Police say the woman who was driving the SUV sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Two children, ages 7 and 9, were inside the SUV when the crash occurred, according to Phoenix fire.

Both children were transported to Phoenix Children's Hospital in extremely critical condition. The 9-year-old girl, identified Tuesday as Joslyn Bayman, later died. Joslyn's 7-year-old brother was still in critical condition at last check, according to the Phoenix Police Department.

Both children were wearing seat belts, police said.

Officers closed 51st Avenue at Broadway Road north and south of the river bottom due to the investigation.

The truck driver stayed on scene and was cooperative, according to Phoenix police. 

Authorities say there were no signs of impairment. 

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