By Brooke Shafer

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – One person was killed in a violent crash in northwest Miami-Dade.

It happened around 3:15 a.m. Friday on NW 22nd Avenue near NW 82 Street.

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The crash involved two cars. A white sedan had severe rear-end damage, across the street was a Dodge Charger with damage. The man in the white sedan was pronounced dead on the scene.

Friends of the man who died in the crash showed up at the scene when they heard what happened.

“He was the nicest, sweetest person ever. He was the nicest, sweetest person ever. He didn’t deserve this seriously,” said one woman.

“It hurts just to look at that car. To think that somebody’s child died in there,” said another woman.

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A woman who said she was the cousin of the man who died said he was in his 20s and didn’t live too far from where the crash happened.

Patrice Coney, who lives in the neighborhood, said news that a man was killed was very upsetting.

“It’s hurting because it could’ve been anybody. That’s somebody’s family, so for that to happen it’s a shame,” she said.

Miami-Dade police a man in the other vehicle was treated on the scene for minor injuries.

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Investigators are now working to determine what led to the crash.