A teenager shared an eerie video moments before he and his four friends were all killed in a 110 mph car crash in the Dominican Republic on Sunday.
The group was enjoying a night out when one of the passengers known as Jimmy shared a strange premonition on social media.
‘If we die here,’ he started off while laughing before the driver of the car interjected him and said, ‘f***.’
A giggling Jimmy then added, ‘‘I love you guys. We love you. We love you.’
Jimmy shared a video in which he said, If we die here, I love you guys,’ moments before the driver of a car he was traveling in crashed early Sunday morning in the Dominican Republic, killing all five passengers aboard
Authorities in the Dominican province of La Vega said the driver of the vehicle hit a sidewalk booth before crashing into a local business building.
According to Dominican outlet Listin Diario, the driver of the Toyota Corolla lost control of the vehicle and hit a booth on a sidewalk before crashing into a local business building.
The victims are identified as Luis Jesús Almonó, Camil Francisco Rodríguez, Emil Suárez Ledesma, all aged 15; Navil Piña de la Rosa, 16, and Miguel Ángel de la Cruz, 22.
The victims were headed to the Dominican Republic capital city of Santo Domingo before they turned around and returned to the province of La Vega, where they lived
The driver behind the single-car fatal crash in the Dominican Republic is heard blurting out, ‘f***,’ when he friend recorded a video in which he wanted to let everyone know they were loved in case the event they did not survive an accident
Jimmy also sent a series of text messages to a friend in which he said the driver was going as fast as ‘180’ kilometers per hour [110 miles per hour] when went around a road curb.
They allegedly were heading to Santo Domingo, the Caribbean island’s capital, before they decided to turn around and return to La Vega.
‘Now we are going to La Vega and we bought more beverages ,’ Jimmy wrote via the Whatsapp messenger application.
‘Guys if I die, I love you.’
All five victims were laid to rest Sunday.
Government data shows that 996 people died as a result of transit accidents that occurred in the island between January and June 2019.
One of the passengers who died in the car crash texted a friend and told him the driver was going as far as 110 miles per hour when he went around a road curb