The victims have been identified after a fatal crash on Tuesday in St. Clair Township.

Lambton OPP officials say after an extensive ongoing investigation, and the notification of the deceased family, the police are prepared to release the involved persons names and cause of the collision.

Police say as a result of an ongoing investigation, and in speaking with witnesses, it was determined that the transport truck was travelling east bound on Courtright Line approaching Kimball Road when the involved minivan, travelling south bound on Kimball Road allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign controlling that intersection.

The driver of the transport truck, a 41-year-old man from Central Huron, Ontario suffered minor injuries and was treated in hospital.

The driver of the minivan, Cheryl Riley, 66 years-of-age of Walpole Island First Nation, and the passenger, Tahja Cadotte, 20 years-of-age of Wallaceburg, were both deceased at the collision scene.

OPP officials say the investigation is ongoing.

Here is our coverage up to this point:

Update: Fatal crash in St. Clair Township

‘Double fatality’ after crash in St. Clair Township