MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Here’s a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016.

Number One: Wrong-Way Crash

Investigators don’t yet know why a driver was going the wrong way on an exit ramp to Interstate 494.

The accident killed two people Friday night near the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

According to reports, the victims are a mother and daughter who also had another family member, a little boy, in the car.

Two passers-by stopped to help and pull the other passengers to safety.

Three other people are in the hospital and are expected to be OK.

Number Two: Oakland Fire

Fire investigators have recovered more bodies of people killed in fast-moving warehouse fire in Oakland.

At least two dozen people are still missing.

The fire tore through a warehouse as dozens of people attended a rave dance party Friday night.

Fire officials say the only way out was through a makeshift stairwell.

It could take investigators several more days to go through the entire building.

Number Three: Trump’s Controversial Call

President-elect Donald Trump’s conversation with Taiwan’s president Friday is still causing controversy this weekend.

Trump is the first president or president-elect to speak with a Taiwanese leader since diplomatic relations with the country were cut in 1979.

The 10-minute phone conversation has led China to lodge a diplomatic protest with the U.S.

Number Four: Holidazzle

After picturesque snow fell overnight, check out the free winter fun at this weekend’s Holidazzle.

There’s free ice skating and skate rental all day and a kids zone with activities and crafts.

Santa stops by from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.

Holidazzle is at Loring Park near downtown Minneapolis.

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