The five Connecticut children killed in a fiery crash early Sunday morning on the Hutchinson River Parkway have been identified. Published reports say the unlicensed 16 year-old driver, Malik Smith, had possibly fallen asleep at the wheel, causing the car to veer off the road in Scarsdale, hit a boulder and then crash into a tree, bursting into flames. Killed along with Smith were his cousins, 17-year-old Anthony Billips Jr., 12-year-old Zahnyiah Cross, 11-year-old Shawnell Cross and 8-year-old Andrew Billips. 9-year-old Abraham Billips escaped through the car’s shattered rear window, and he was taken to Westchester Medical Center with injuries that were not considered life-threatening. Speed was apparently not a factor, but it’s not clear how the teen got access to the car, a rental from another relative. A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise money to help cover funeral expenses, but a Connecticut State representative is warning folks not to fall for a fake page that’s out there. Mary Welander says the fake site is “GoFundMe.AGENCY” instead of GoFundMe.com. The real GoFundMe page has already raised more than its $50,000 goal. This is the real GoFundMe site.