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Marion Guerrido

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Mom Who Drove Kids Into Pond Accused Of Neglect

After surviving a crash that killed two of her five children, a Maple Grove woman is facing accusations of neglect. Marion Guerrido’s 2-year-old child suffered brain and organ damage after last November’s tragic accident.

07/05/2014

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Driver Facing Charges In Fatal St. Louis Park Pond Crash

A woman driving a car with five children inside when it plunged into a St. Louis park holding pond last November spent Wednesday morning in Hennepin County Court. According to court documents, 23-year-old Marian Guerrido of Brooklyn Center was driving without a valid license at Highways 100 and 7 when she veered and crashed into a pond.

05/28/2014

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6-Year-Old In St. Louis Pond Accident Making Big Progress

One of the children involved in a deadly pond accident in St. Louis Park, Minn. is taking a big step towards recovery. Six-year-old Zarihana Rennie is expected to have her breathing tube removed on Monday. Her mother, Shaniece Thompson, sees it as a sign that her daughter’s health is improving.

12/09/2013

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Mom Of 2 Kids In Deadly Pond Accident: ‘I’m Angry’

For the first time, the mother of two of the children involved in a deadly accident in a St. Louis Park retention pond is speaking out.

11/24/2013

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Attorney: 2 Kids In Pond Crash Improving

A family spokesman says two of the children rescued from a pond after a car veered off a suburban Minneapolis highway ramp are improving. Attorney Rick Petry said Friday the two are now responding to health workers’ commands. He calls that “a huge improvement.”

11/22/2013

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Mother Who Crashed Into Pond Didn’t Have License

The State Patrol says 5-year-old Zenavia Rennie died Thursday night. Family attorney Rick Petry says 7-year-old Alarious Coleman-Guerrido also died Thursday night.

11/22/2013

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St. Louis Park Intersection Had Prior Crashes

The intersection near the site of a St. Louis Park crash that claimed the lives of two children has seen 18 crashes from 2010-2012, including one last year in which another vehicle went into the same storm water pond. Minnesota Department of Transportation spokeswoman Bobbie Dahlke says the figure is “relatively low” for an intersection with signals. She says the crash figure includes the whole intersection, not just the ramp where a 23-year-old woman veered into the pond Thursday. Five children were with Marion Guerrido when the car became submerged. Authorities say two died, while three remained hospitalized.

11/22/2013