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25-year-old mother gives birth prematurely upon hearing 1 of her children drowned in frozen lake

Zenavia Rennie, 5, and Alarious Coleman-Guerrido, 7
Zenavia Rennie, 5, and Alarious Coleman-Guerrido, 7

Shaniece Thompson, 25, went into premature labor when she learned her daughters, Zenavia Rennie, 5, and Zarihana Rennie, 6, were in the 1998 Pontiac Grand Am driven by unlicensed driver Marion Guerrido, 23, that was submerged in an icy lake in Minnesota for at least 25 minutes. Guerrido is dating Zenavia and Zarihana’s dad, Julius Rennie.


Marion Guerrido
Marion Guerrido

Zenavia didn’t survive the crash and her older sister Zarihana is fighting for her life. Their baby sister, Dream, weighed 3 pounds at birth and is currently in neonatal intensive care.


Guerrido’s oldest son, Alarious Coleman-Guerrido, 7, died from complications of drowning and her other children Amani Coleman-Guerrido and baby Aliyana Rennie, are recovering. Guerrido reportedly lost control of the car when it crashed into the St. Louis Park retention pond.

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