Bisheba Gaines Dead, Jamara Williams Detained after DUI Crash on Las Vegas Boulevard [Las Vegas, NV]


50-Year-Old Victim Dead after DUI Collision near West Resorts World Drive

LAS VEGAS, NV (April 15, 2022) – Thursday morning, Bisheba Gaines was killed and Jamara Williams was arrested after a DUI crash on Las Vegas Boulevard.

The incident occurred around 1:35 a.m., near West Resorts World Drive.

Per reports, the driver of a 2016 BMW X6 was heading south at a high rate of speed on Las Vegas Boulevard, approaching the Resorts World intersection. There, a Nissan driver made a sudden right turn onto Resorts World, directly into the path of the BMW.

Medics arrived and pronounced 50-year-old Gaines dead at the scene.

Meanwhile, paramedics transported the driver and passenger of the BMW to UMC Trauma for further treatment.

Following preliminary duties, police arrested 38-year-old Williams for DUI related charges. Crews later booked her into the Clark County Detention Center.


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