MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — New evidence offers insight into what happened when two cousins drowned in a Shakopee pond last October.

Bushra Abdi and Zeynab Abdalla drowned after their car went into a pond off Highway 41. The medical examiner declared the deaths an accident.

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New video released by Chaska police shows when crews went into the pond and found their car. A call to firefighters describes what happened before the 911 call got disconnected.

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Bushra Abdi and Zeynab Abdalla (credit: CBS)

“We’re working on a 911 open line where we heard a woman just screaming, ‘Get off! Get off!’ screaming for help, and then she hung up,” said the 911 operator.

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The Normandale Community College students both worked overnight shifts in the area and were driving together during their break. It’s still unclear what caused the crash into the pond.