MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in St. Paul continue to investigate a wrong way crash that killed an 18-year-old woman and injured seven other people Thursday evening.

On Friday, police identified the victim as Sulekha M. Abdi of St. Peter, Minnesota.

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The St. Paul Police Department says the crash happened shortly before 6:30 p.m. near the intersection of Lower Afton Road and Morningside Circle, in the Battle Creek neighborhood.

Killed in the crash was Abdi, who was thrown from a vehicle that was traveling the wrong way. Also in the vehicle were five other people, some of whom suffered critical injuries.

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Two people were hurt in the other car, but they are expected to be OK, police say.

The first people to respond to the crash were good Samaritans, including a doctor who happened to be nearby. Five ambulances eventually responded to the scene.

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The circumstances of the crash remains under investigation.