Complete coverage of the tragic accident that took the lives of Alex Minardi, Addisyn Pfeifer, Kloe Odermatt and Abigail Barth.

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Authorities released Thursday the names of four Gretna teenagers who died in this week’s car crash, along with the name of a fifth victim being treated at a Lincoln hospital. 

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She was the jokester of her close-knit group of friends, her mom said.

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Kloe was a committed athlete who started tumbling when she was 3 years old, an outdoorsy adventure-lover who would hop on an ATV or a jet ski, a sweet-talker with an infectious smile.

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Abigail Barth's friends and family are remembering small but meaningful moments this week after she and three other soon-to-be juniors at Gretna High School were killed in a Sarpy County car crash.

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Alex Minardi impressed her parents with her studiousness and friends with her sense of humor. "She made us very proud of everything she did," her mom said.

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She learned Wednesday that she had lost her four best friends, the family said on a Facebook post by a community group. 

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Several online fundraisers or bank accounts have been started to help the families of the five Gretna teenagers involved in a fatal car crash Monday night.

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The event will be held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Gretna.

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Four girls died at the scene. A fifth was injured and is being treated at a burn unit in a Lincoln hospital. 

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First responders are no strangers to tragedy, but firefighters, Sarpy County sheriff's deputies and other personnel arrived at a scene Monday night that several called especially harrowing: a fiery car crash that claimed the lives of four teenage girls. Another girl, injured with burns, remains hospitalized. 

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The crash occurred just west of the intersection of 180th Street and Platteview Road. The names of the victims are being withheld pending notification of family.

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The Gretna crash victims loved dance, cheerleading and soccer.

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As Gretna deals with the loss of four teenage girls in a car wreck, longtime residents recalled a crash from nearly 40 years ago when four teenage boys were killed near Sapp Bros.