Semi trailer passes a stop sign, kills mom and four kids in the SUV.

Semi trailer passes a stop sign, kills mom and four kids in the SUV.

Kansas' mother and her four young children were killed when the truck reportedly hit a red light and broke into their SUV.

On Friday night, the authorities responded to a 71st and 263rd streets crash near Viola. Officials of the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office said a family was travelling southbound in an SUV that collided with a truck going east, according to KAKE and WKCH.

All five members of the SUV family died. They were later named as Jessica Noel, 32, Anaiah Brady, 10, Jeffrey Thompson III, 4, and Mack Thompson, 1 and 4-month-old Hank Thompson, on the GoFundMe website.

The truck driver was not seriously injured.

 Noel's family says she took a grocery shopping visit to her four children.

 "On Friday, September 25th, 2020, my Uncle Jeff returned home with my cousin Brooklyn (10) after work to an empty house after his wife said she was getting groceries but had not returned with the four other children," according to the GoFundMe. "Jeff made phone calls and then got a call from a good friend concerned about a car accident close to their home. Jeff went to the scene of the accident."

 Noel 's family had been told by the authorities that the SUV had been hit by a grain-filled semi-trailer that crossed a red light 55 miles per hour. Noel, Anaiah, Jeffrey and Hank died on impact while Mack was taken to a nearby hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries.

 "We are asking for assistance to pay for the medical expenses and funeral arrangements for all 5 members of the family," the GoFundMe organizer wrote. "Anything you can give will be appreciated during this extremely difficult time of grief and unfathomable loss."

As of Monday, the page has raised more than $66,000 of its $80,000 target.

The name of the truck driver has not been disclosed. It is not clear if the driver will be charged.