Being home is only a painful reminder of the suffering a North Las Vegas couple endures after they lost seven family members in a car crash caused by an impaired driver.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a series of investigative documents Thursday on the six-vehicle crash.
An autopsy report shows that Gary Robinson — the driver in a North Las Vegas crash that killed him and eight other people — had cocaine, alcohol and PCP in his system.
Police released about one minute of video Thursday that shows a car whizzing by southbound vehicles and smashing into several vehicles crossing on Cheyenne Avenue.
Mourners packed a North Las Vegas church Monday to remember a man who perished along with eight others in Nevada’s deadliest traffic crash.
In the weeks since a North Las Vegas couple suffered the loss of seven of their loved ones in a crash, the outpouring of support has come from all corners of the U.S.
His spotless DMV history didn’t reflect his alarming driving habits — police had caught Gary Dean Robinson speeding at least five times since August 2020, ranging from 19 to 40 mph over the limit.
Tanaga Miller died in the passenger seat of Gary Dean Robinson’s car after Robinson sped through a red light at 100 mph. Miller had left a family gathering just before the crash.
Community members gathered Sunday for a candlelight vigil to honor the victims and survivors of a horrific car crash that claimed nine lives last week in North Las Vegas.
A caravan along Cheyenne Avenue on Saturday honored the seven family members killed in the state’s deadliest crash in recent years.
North Las Vegas police released 911 calls and radio traffic from horrific crash that killed nine.
Las Vegas police body camera video shows a motorist being pulled over and cited for speeding a month before causing a crash that killed nine people, including himself.
The North Las Vegas mother who lost seven relatives in Saturday’s North Las Vegas “mass casualty” crash said she does not know if she will be able to withstand saying her final goodbyes to all her children and a brother later this month.
The six-vehicle crash that left nine dead in North Las Vegas took “everything” from Erlinda Zacarias and her husband, Jesus Mejia-Santana, who lost four biological children.
The family of a woman who survived Saturday’s mass casualty crash in North Las Vegas, but was hospitalized with serious injuries, is raising funds for medical bills.