One Victim of Sunday's Hit-and-Run in Satisfactory Condition

One Victim of Sunday's Hit-and-Run in Satisfactory Condition Photo: KSTP

May 01, 2017 05:26 PM

One of the victims of a four-vehicle hit-and-run crash Sunday morning in south Minneapolis was listed in satisfactory condition Monday.

The crash left one man dead and four people hospitalized. One of those injured, 31-year-old Gaea Dill-D’Ascoli, is in satisfactory condition at Hennepin County Medical Center, according to HCMC's Christine Hill.


Minneapolis police say two southbound vehicles on Blaisdell Avenue South failed to stop for a red light at 26th Street West and collided with two westbound vehicles. A male passenger of one of the westbound vehicles was later pronounced dead at the scene.

When police arrived shortly after 9:30 a.m., fire department personnel were providing aid to five adults, according to a Minneapolis Police Department release. An ambulance then took the four surviving victims to Hennepin County Medical Center. They were described as having non-life threatening injuries.

Meanwhile, three people in one of the southbound vehicles remained on the scene, while three occupants of the second southbound vehicle fled on foot, according to police. Officers later located, interviewed and released one of those people.


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