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Continued: A day after horrific crash that killed 2 children, 3 remain hospitalized

  • Article by: DAVID CHANEN and PAUL LEVY ,  Star Tribune staff writers
  • Last update: November 23, 2013 - 3:15 PM

Roeske said it could be several weeks before the investigation is complete. He said he had no new details about what caused the car to go off the ramp, adding that investigators have no evidence to indicate that it was intentionally driven off the ramp.

No alcohol was detected, but Roeske said Guerrido had only a driver’s permit and was required to have another licensed adult driver in the car. Authorities did not say whether the children were wearing seat belts or if any were in car seats.

Guerrido and her family issued a statement thanking family, friends and community members for their outpouring of support, as well as “the brave responders” and hospital caregivers.

“Words cannot express our grief at the loss of our children, Zenavia Rennie and Alarious Coleman-Guerrido. As you can only imagine, this is our worst nightmare,” the statement said. “We cannot even think about life without them, and already miss them so much.”

 

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