911 Calls Released From Car Crash That Left University of Miami Student Dead

The calls were released on Thursday by the Coral Gables Police

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    Authorities released 911 calls from a car crash that killed a University of Miami student days after he got his diploma.The calls were placed after the crash, which killed Dino Ghilotti, who was on his way home from celebrating his graduating at Club Liv in Miami Beach.

    Authorities released 911 calls from a car crash that killed a University of Miami student days after he got his diploma.

    The calls were placed after the crash, which killed Dino Ghilotti, who was on his way home from celebrating his graduating at Club Liv in Miami Beach.

    "We need an ambulance," said the caller.

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    A University of Miami student was killed in a car crash early Sunday morning, according to Coral Gables Police. The university identified as Dino Ghilotti, a business major. Witness John Rodaz and Rosalia Prado, who was driving the other car involved and said she called police, spoke about the crash.

    "There was an accident. We all ran outside. There's a guy. He's unresponsive. We need to get him out of the car asap," the caller said.

    Twenty-year-old Ghilotti was riding in the backseat of a car when it crashed early Sunday morning in Coral Gables. It happened near the UM campus. Ghilotti graduated days earlier. His girlfriend, Allison Meyer, was driving the car around 4:30 a.m. 

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    Comforting each other with long embraces, the Ghilotti family left a mass for their son in tears Monday night. The last time they were on the University of Miami campus it was to celebrate when Dino Ghilotti donned his cap and gown on Friday.

    The driver of the other car, Rosalina Prado, says the car Ghilotti was in came out of nowhere. During the 911 call for help, before police arrived, Ghilotti stopped breathing.

    According to one of those 911 callers, they noticed the victim had a head trauma. The caller told a 911operator it looked like he hit his head on glass.

    No charges have been filed yet in the crash, authorities said.

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