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EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn — A driver is dead after her car collided with a postal truck when she possibly ran a stop sign in Brooklyn early Tuesday, according to police.

The NYPD said the deadly crash occurred just before 2 a.m. at the intersection of Atkins and Cozine avenues in the East New York section of the borough.

The 20-year-old woman, later identified as Keona Kettle, was traveling in her Honda sedan southbound on Atkins Avenue when she drove through the intersection and collided with a U.S. Postal Service truck traveling eastbound on Cozine Avenue, authorities said.

Police said the preliminary investigation indicates she likely drove past a stop sign at the intersection without stopping.

Responding officers found the woman unconscious and unresponsive after receiving a 911 call for the crash.

Kettle was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the NYPD.

Officials said the 48-year-old man driving the postal truck remained on the scene.

He was taken to a nearby hospital for minor head injuries. His condition was not immediately known.

No arrests were made and the crash investigation continued into Tuesday morning.

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Editor’s note: Police initially reported an incorrect age for the victim. The story has been updated to reflect this change.