MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota State Patrol says drugs were likely a factor in a deadly crash Friday night in Inver Grove Heights.

The crash happened at about 9:25 p.m. on westbound Highway 62. A Pontiac Grand AM, driven by 25-year-old Anwar Ibrahim Yahia Abdiwahed, had come to a stop on Hwy. 62 just west of Robert Trail.

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Soon after, a 2016 Dodge Ram truck driven by 37-year-old Jamey Scott Ralph Strand rear-ended the Pontiac.

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One of the passengers in the Pontiac – 29-year-old Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed of Minneapolis – was killed. Abdiwahed and a third passenger – both from Minneapolis, were injured. Strand, from Brooklyn Center, was also hurt. All were taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul.

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It is not clear which driver is suspected of being under the influence of drugs. The state patrol is investigating.