Steven King, 18, of Caldwell, Ohio, was pronounced dead at the scene.
According to a report by the N.C. Highway Patrol, Jessica G. King of Caldwell, Ohio, was driving east on N.C. 210 around 1:15 p.m. Friday when she failed to stop for the stop sign at the intersection of U.S. 701 and N.C. 210.
King pulled into the path of a northbound 1991 Jeep driven by Maria Estella Vera, 44, of 34 N. Bladen Ave., Garland.
The Jeep struck King's 2002 Oldsmobile on the passenger side. Both vehicles came to rest in the parking lot of La Tienda Margarita Grocery, on the north side of the intersection.
Steven King was killed on impact.
Jessica King was charged with failure to stop for a stop sign, and misdemeanor death by vehicle.
Vera and Jessica King were both transported to Bladen County Hospital. King was later transferred to New Hanover Regional Medical Center, according to a BCH spokesperson.
Vera was treated and released from Bladen County Hospital. Another passenger in Vera's vehicle was transported to Bladen County Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Her name was not available due to federal health privacy laws.
Fire and rescue personnel from Station 64 Hickory Grove responded, along with Bladen County EMS. White Lake Police and Bladen County Sheriff's Deputies assisted the N.C. Highway Patrol.
Steven King was the eighth person to die on Bladen County roads this year. The last fatality occurred June 28 when a Bladenboro-area man lost control of his truck on Cabbage Road and was ejected from the vehicle.
Seven highway deaths were reported in Bladen last year.