Nine people including some minors killed in multi-vehicle crash in North Las Vegas, Nevada
North Las Vegas police say the driver of a Dodge Challenger was speeding and ran a red light Saturday afternoon, causing the collision involving 15 people.
The ages of the people who died ranged from young juveniles to middle-aged adults. Two people were taken to a hospital where one died and the other was in critical condition, Cuevas said.
A proper funeral is happening, and the public is invited to show its respects at the Palm NW Mortuary and Cemetery. The ceremony will begin at 8 a.m., with the burial expected to happen around 11 a.m.
The report made public Wednesday said a vehicle computer showed Gary Dean Robinson’s maroon Dodge Challenger sped up from 90 mph (145 kph) to 103 mph (166 kph) five seconds before entering the intersection against a red traffic signal.