Taylor Wilmer Obituary, Coroner IDs Two Young Children Killed in DUI Crash in North Las Vegas

Taylor Wilmer Obituary, Death – The identities of the two young children who were killed in a crash in North Las Vegas that is being investigated as having possibly been caused by DUI were made public on Tuesday by the Clark County Coroner’s office. The crash took place on Sunday night. According to the report made by the coroner’s office, the child found unresponsive at the site and later proven deceased was named as Rose Wilmer, age 2, who had just turned two years old. The coroner’s office has established that the child who passed away at UMC was three years old and has given the name Taylor Wilmer to the deceased child. The investigation into the child’s death is ongoing.

According to the findings of the office of the coroner, the circumstances surrounding the deaths of both of the young women, including the manner in which they passed away, are not yet clear. The police said that at approximately 9:16 p.m. on Sunday, there was a single-vehicle collision that took place in the 5000 block of North Scott Robinson Boulevard. The collision was reported to have occurred on North Scott Robinson Boulevard. Officers have made their way to the scene.

The preliminary findings of the investigation that was carried out by the NLVPD indicate that a silver Honda van was traveling northbound on Scott Robinson from Lone Mountain when the driver lost control of the vehicle, sideswiped trees, a light pole, and a wall, and then collided head-on with a large palm tree. This was according to the preliminary findings of the investigation. According to the NLVPD’s statement, the inquiry is still underway.

According to the reports of the police, the two juveniles were not wearing the proper protective restraints during the incident. As a direct consequence of the incident, the authorities have stated that “the inadequate restraints resulted in one toddler being beheaded.” [Citation needed] According to the North Las Vegas Police Department, an investigation is currently being conducted to determine whether or not impairment and speed were both possible components to the occurrence. The passengers who were inside the vehicle, including the female driver who is believed to be in her 20s, were reportedly rushed to the hospital in severe condition after being transferred there, as stated by the police.