Published Tuesday, 25 September 2012
Mr Scallon was one of three people who died on NI's roads in 24 hours. (© Pacemaker)
He was Sean Scallon from County Carlow.
Mr Scallon died on Monday as a result of the crash on Ballynakilly Road, Coalisland which happened shortly after 9.30am.
The other lorry driver remains in a critical condition at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to come forward.
Mr Scallon was one of three people -including a baby - who died on Northern Ireland's roads in a 24 hour period.
A one-year-old baby died after a one car collision happened on Antrim's Dublin Road on Monday shortly after 9.45am.
A second young child and two women were also injured.
The child is now in a stable condition at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
Meanwhile, in Co Tyrone, a pensioner died following a crash on the M1 close to Dungannon on Sunday evening.
Robin Steenson, aged 71 and from Cookstown, was on his motorbike when he crashed on the country-bound lane between the Birches and Tamnamore, at 5.15pm.