Fundraisers Launched for Victims of Deadly Rideshare Accident After Leaving Excision Concert

Fundraising campaigns have been launched after a tragic rideshare accident killed an attendee of an Excision concert in Buffalo and left two of her friends with severe injuries.

The group reportedly left the March 21st show, which was part of Excision's Nexus Tour, around midnight and hailed a rideshare before their vehicle was struck by a car "at a high rate of speed with no headlights." The man behind the wheel, Devin Ford, 23, was driving without insurance or a license, according to authorities.

The crash killed Morgan Ehrenbeit and hospitalized her boyfriend, Michael Rosenbaum, who is now recovering at home. Ehrenbeit, 26, is remembered as "an adored aunt to 13 nieces and nephews, a beloved cousin, a loyal friend, and a dedicated dog mom to her best buddy Moose," per her obituary.

Morgan Ehrenbeit, who died after a tragic car accident after attending a Buffalo EDM concert headlined by Excision.

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Another passenger, Luke Stempuzis, 31, was critically injured and placed in a medically induced coma at a nearby hospital. Doctors there had to remove his spleen due to internal bleeding, according to a GoFundMe campaign launched by his family, and treat life-threatening injuries to his kidneys as well as a broken jaw, collarbone and ribs. Stempuzis also sustained a severe brain injury.

Rosenbaum's family also launched a GoFundMe for help covering medical costs in the wake of the accident.

"We're really sad to see this news," Excision Presents, the concert's primary organizer, wrote in a post on X. "Sending a lot of love to the people involved in this accident and their loved ones!"

The totaled car that had been carrying Morgan Ehrenbeit, Michael Rosenbaum and Luke Stempuzis.

Kristina Stempuzis/GoFundMe

Police said the driver of the rideshare vehicle, Nasir Musazada, was also killed in the crash.

Ford has been charged with two counts of felony manslaughter, two counts of felony assault, speeding, failure to use headlights, being an unlicensed driver and operating a motor vehicle without insurance, Fox 8 News reports.

The City of Buffalo held a press conference to address the fatal accident, which you can watch below.