They identify 3 teenagers who died in a stolen car

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Prince George's police released on Tuesday the 9th the identities of three teenagers who died when the stolen vehicle they were driving crashed on September 29, after escaping pursuit by a patrol car.
A fourth person still remains unidentified.
The top three are: Marquay Swann, 14, of Lanham, who was the driver of the Kia Sorento that unfortunate day. Two of the passengers were Zyshaun Cuffey, 15, of Glenarden, and Serenity Sellman, 15, of Upper Marlboro.
All the victims suffered very serious burns, according to a police report.
Prince George's County firefighters and emergency responders were able to extinguish the fire that engulfed the vehicle after it crashed into a tree in the 12800 block of Woodmore Road in the Mitchellville area. The accident occurred around 8:15 p.m. evening.

Minutes before the crash, police had attempted to stop the vehicle near the intersection of Lottsford Road and Palmetto Drive because it was displaying expired temporary tags, according to Prince George's police. The vehicle accelerated and lost sight of him, so the patrol stopped the chase.

Shortly after, officers discovered that the vehicle did not match those temporary tags and attempted to track it again without success.

Later, a witness traveling on Woodmore Road told police the car went over the shoulder and the driver of the Kia lost control, crashing into a tree, about 2.5 miles from where police initially attempted to stop the vehicle. .

A spokeswoman said the vehicle was taken during an armed robbery in the Greenbelt area.

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