A MI mosque is mourning a family of five killed in an alleged drunk driving accident in Kentucky.
Law enforcement in Kentucky said all five died when a drunk driver hit them going the wrong.
Investigators are now working to find any witnesses who saw the 41-year-old man driving the pickup truck prior to the crash.
Bailey, of Georgetown, Kentucky, is suspected of driving under the influence.
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Habib Abbas of Dearborn, who identified himself as a cousin of the father, told The Detroit News that when he first heard about the crash he didn't believe it and went about his day. I mean, he was flying.
Rima Abbas was a well-known doctor with Beaumont Health in MI and her husband, Issam, was a real estate agent and lawyer in the area, according to WDIV Local 4. The Abbas family was kind, loving, outgoing and generous. Bailey was also killed. 'You think to yourself "What's the worst case scenario?' and that's it'". He said the extended family was close and that his cousin led a "beautiful life". The children have been identified as Ali Abbas, 14; Isabella Abbas, 13, and Giselle Abbas, 7.
Lexington Police are asking anyone who saw the white Chevy truck before the crash to contact them, as they are trying to reconstruct the accident to help with the investigation.