A memorial service will be held Tuesday for the 24-year-old Kent woman who died in a crash on Route 7 in New Milford.

The service for Christina Walters is set from noon to 3p.m. at the Munson-Lovetere Funeral Home in Woodbury.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made toward the cost of the services.

Loved ones remember Walters as “a great friend” who was “always full of spunk.”

“[She] made my days a little brighter,” one person wrote on Facebook.

Walters died after her vehicle crashed near the intersection of Kent and Cedar Hill roads around 9 a.m. last Tuesday.

The accident sent her car and a dump truck — driven by Jeff Greiner, 56, of Poughquag, N.Y. — tumbling down an embankment.

The truck rolled 100 feet down an embankment into the Housatonic River and the driver survived. Walters’ vehicle rolled halfway down the embankment. She was pronounced dead at the scene around 9:55 a.m.

Griener escaped the partially submerged truck and wade to shore, New Milford Police Lt. Lawrence Ash said. He was taken to Danbury Hospital and later released.

According to the state medical examiner’s office, Walters died of “blunt impact of head, torso and upper extremities with fractures and visceral injuries.” Her death was ruled accidental.

The dump truck was recovered from the river Tuesday evening. The truck was partially loaded with sand or gravel.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation. Ash said he hopes to have a preliminary cause by next week.