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Police identify the two sisters who were killed in a morning accident



Des Moines police have identified the two sisters who were killed in a crash Sunday morning. They have been identified as Jazmin Alondra Avila-Arreola, 22, and Daizy Sofia Arreola, 18. Both women were from Des Moines. Shortly before 5 in the morning, a Jazmin Alondra Avila-Arreola drove a Toyota with Daizy Sofia Arreola in the passenger seat. Another person was also in the car. They collided head-on with a 2900-block Jeep SUV on Sixth Avenue in Des Moines. Authorities found Avila-Arreola was driving northbound as she crossed into southbound lanes and hit the Jeep SUV. The third person in Toyota is in critical condition. The driver of the jeep, Balmore Antonio Funes, 44, has been treated. Passengers in the Jeep are in stable condition in a hospital. Funes was arrested after a county power not related to this crash. Authorities are still investigating the crash. Police believe the weather was the most significant contributing factor at the time of the incident.

Des Moines police have identified the two sisters who were killed in a crash Sunday morning.

They have been identified as Jazmin Alondra Avila-Arreola, 22, and Daizy Sofia Arreola, 18. Both women were from Des Moines.

Shortly before 5 in the morning, a Jazmin Alondra Avila-Arreola drove a Toyota with Daizy Sofia Arreola in the passenger seat. Another person was also in the car. They collided head-on with a 2900-block Jeep SUV on Sixth Avenue in Des Moines.

Authorities found Avila-Arreola was driving northbound as she crossed into southbound lanes and hit the Jeep SUV.

The third person in Toyota is in critical condition. The driver of the jeep, Balmore Antonio Funes, 44, has been treated. Passengers in the Jeep are in stable condition in a hospital.

Funes was arrested after a county power not related to this crash.

Authorities are still investigating the crash. Police believe the weather was the most significant contributing factor at the time of the incident.


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