Updated 11:08 a.m: 11 Alive reports that the Stone Mountain residents pronounced dead at the scene of an accident on the N.J. Turnpike have been identified as Ainsworth Mallett, 51; wife Jacqueline, 49; and son Drew, 12. Daughter Nicole, 18, survived.
Mallett's wife is listed on Stephenson Middle School's website as an administrative assistant in the counseling department.
Richard Gayle, who frequented the Golden Krust and is from Jamaica as Ainsworth Mallett was, remembered the franchisee as being very "hands on" in the restaurant.
"I was very shocked that something like that occurred," said Gayle, after leaving a bouquet of flowers at the memorial. "The community will be very saddened and he will be sorely missed."
11 Alive and its Philadelphia sister station, WCAU reported that the accident happened when a tractor-trailer, which hit two cars including the Toyota Camry that the Stone Mountain family was in, jacknifed, crushing and then pushing the Camry into another tractor-trailer, the news stations report.