Medical Examiner Identifies Five Victims of High-Speed Crash in South Minneapolis!

The five people who d!ed in a high-speed collision in south Minneapolis on Friday night have all been positively identified by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office.

The identities of Sabiriin Ali (17), Sahra Gesaade (20), Salma Abdikadir (20), Sagal Hersi (19), and Siham Adan (17) were confirmed by the medical examiner on Sunday.

Around 10:15 p.m., Second Avenue and Lake Street were intersected when a car exiting Interstate 35W at a high rate of speed struck another vehicle. The five young women mentioned above who were in the other vehicle were all ded.

The speeding driver fled, but police eventually caught up with him. The police suspect that the motorist may have been intoxicated. The authorities have not publicly identified the driver.

Gesaade operated the victims’ car. In the investigation, the victims suffered many blunt-force injuries.

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The five victims were inseparable from those who knew them and were out together Friday night getting ready for a friend’s wedding on Saturday.

The accident is still being looked into. As of Sunday night, an online fundraising campaign for the victims’ relatives had amassed more than $300,000. There will be a public prayer Monday at 2 p.m. at the Dar Al Farooq Center.

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Jamal Osman, a councilman for Minneapolis, criticized law police on Sunday after a video of the collision began to go viral on social media.

He says top investigators assured him that the video would not be released until the family had viewed it, though he doesn’t explain why he thinks it originated from law enforcement.

“The dissemination of such sensitive and distressing material without proper consideration for the grieving family’s privacy is deeply concerning and unacceptable,” Osman said.

Additionally, he promises to ask questions of Mayor Jacob Frey, Metro Transit Police, and the Public Safety staff, in addition to Police Chief Brian Ohara.

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