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UPDATE: Mason City police release names of five killed in Monday morning crash

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MASON CITY, Iowa (FOX 47) -

Police in Mason City have released the names of the five people killed Monday morning in a fiery crash in the 400 block of 6th Street S.W.  They are:

     Zachary Wolf Hartley, 20, of Mason City; driver
     Donte William Foster, 17, of Mason City; passenger
     Roderick Lemeual Lewis, 18, of Mason City; passenger
     Sydney Nikole Alcorn, 14, of Mason City; passenger
     Alex Parvon-Charles Wiebke, 19, of Mason City; passenger

All were riding in a 2007 Jeep Liberty that missed a turn and struck a tree, catching fire.

The following GoFundMe accounts have been made to cover the victims' funeral expenses:

https://www.gofundme.com/donte-will-be-missed

https://www.gofundme.com/vp9nxg-alex-fund

https://www.gofundme.com/sydney-nikole-alcorn-funeral

https://www.gofundme.com/RoderickLLewis


Five people are dead after a single vehicle crash in Mason City early Monday morning.

Mason City officers noticed a power outage west of downtown around 2:40 a.m. They started searching the area for a possible cause.

Minutes later, an officer found a white 2007 Jeep Liberty that had crashed in the 400 block of 6th Street S.W.

The Jeep was on fire and heavily damaged; none of the occupants were responsive.

The Mason City Fire Department responded to the scene and extinguished the fire.

The Jeep's five occupants were all pronounced dead at the scene.

Mason City police believe they know the driver's identity but are not releasing any information at this time.

The four other occupants have not been identified yet but the department is releasing a limited amount of information to try to identify them.

The vehicle's occupants include two black males, a white male, and a white female; all remain unidentified.

Anyone that may have information about the identify of the unidentified occupants or may have seen the Jeep prior to the crash should contact the Mason City Police Department.

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