Children killed in Thursday's mile long accident on I-75 have identified

Published On: Feb 05 2013 08:52:08 PM EST
DETROIT -

The two children killed in Thursday's mile long accident on I-75 have been identified.

Nine-year-old Gabrielle Greenwood and her 7-year-old brother Aidin Hicks died in the crash.

The children's mother Kim Barrett remains in critical condition at Detroit Receiving Hospital

Father, Glen Greenwood was also transported to the hospital and is listed in good condition.

The siblings were from Amherstburg, Ontario.

The accident happened around 9:30 a.m. and shut down the highway in both directions near Springwells Street for several hours.

~Image of Menlaos Manolis, 54, of Allen Park.~ 

Friday the third victims in the deadly whiteout crash was identified as Menlaos "Larry" Manolis, 54, of Allen Park. 

The Wayne County medical examiner's office reports Friday that Manolis died of multiple injuries.

Manolis comes from a large Greek family in metro Detroit. He was the youngest of five brothers and two sisters.

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