Friends and neighbors of an Upper East Side woman killed by a dump truck while crossing a street near her home used a candlelight vigil to voice concerns over a transfer station in the neighborhood.

Jodi McGrath, 55, was crossing First Ave. at E. 92nd St. at 4:30 a.m. on March 15 when a privately operated garbage truck hit her as it turned left onto the avenue, according to authorities.

McGrath died a short time later at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

GARBAGE TRUCK STRIKES, KILLS 55-YEAR-OLD WOMAN IN MANHATTAN

Neighbors gathered at the scene of the incident said there will only be more trucks in the neighborhood once a marine transfer station is completed on E. 91st St. in 2017…

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