1-Year-Old and Infant Injured in Suspected DUI Accident on Edna Crane Avenue

LAS VEGAS, NV (August 31, 2022) – Sunday morning, Dillon Kazjah was arrested after a single-vehicle crash on Camino Al Norte.

Police responded to the scene around 6:30 a.m., near Edna Crane Avenue.

Crews say Kazjah was driving a 2012 Chrylser 200 north on Camino Al Norte when she failed to maintain her travel lane.

As a result, she veered off the roadway and struck a Las Palmares neighborhood sign. Kazjah’s two children, one just a few months old and the other about 1-year-old, were not restrained at the time.

Investigators say 24-year-old Kazjah fled the scene with her two young children. Eventually, officers located her and the young occupants of the vehicle. As a result, medics transported the children to UMC Trauma with serious injuries.

Kazjah now faces charges of driving with a suspended license, hit-and-run, failure to secure her children in restraints, excessive speeds, and failure to maintain her lane. In addition, officers suspect that impairment played a factor.

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