2 Toddlers Killed in Suspected DUI Collision near Cloudrest Peak Street

LAS VEGAS, NV (January 18, 2023) – Sunday, Rose and Taylor Wilmer were killed in a suspected DUI crash on North Scott Robinson Boulevard.

The collision took place around 9:16 p.m., at the 5000 block of North Scott Robinson Boulevard.

Per reports, Kaleah Manning was driving a northbound silver Honda van. She then failed to maintain her lane and sideswiped trees, a light pole and a wall before striking a large palm tree head-on.

In addition, two young children inside the Honda were not wearing proper protective restraints. Crews declared 2-year-old Rose Wilmer dead at the scene, while 3-year-old Taylor Wilmer later died at the hospital.

Meanwhile, paramedics also took 25-year-old Manning and the children’s mother, 23-year-old Raenysa Washington, to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

Reports indicate that Manning’s blood alcohol level was .191 at the time, which is more than twice the legal limit in Nevada. Moreover, Washington is facing two counts of child abuse/neglect resulting in substantial bodily harm or death.

The Sweet James team would like to extend their heartfelt condolences to the family of Rose Wilmer and Taylor Wilmer. May you find comfort and strength during this devastating time.

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