Four Dead, Five Injured after Fiery Multi-Vehicle Crash near Goldfield
TONOPAH, NV (November 16, 2022) – Early Saturday morning, a fiery crash on US Route 95 claimed the lives of Mariella Hardin, Genelle Guillmo Ramerine, and two young girls; and left five others injured.
The incident happened on November 12th, at 5:50 a.m., about a mile outside of the city of Goldfield.
According to reports, a white Ram pickup truck traveling northbound crossed over the center line. It traveled into the path of a silver Ram pickup truck in the southbound lane. The two trucks collided and both came to rest on the shoulder of the road. The impact of the collision caused the white Ram to catch fire.
Emergency crews arrived shortly after and put out the fire. Officials pronounced the occupants of the white Ram; 53-year-old Mariella Hardin of Las Vegas; 38-year-old Genelle Guillmo Ramerine; and two young girls; dead at the scene. Meanwhile, medics transported the five occupants of the silver Ram to a local hospital for treatment of varying injuries.
Following the crash, a GoFundMe page was set up to support Mariella Hardin’s son Timothy Hardin in the wake of this tragedy.
The team at Sweet James sends their sincerest sympathies to the family of Maricella Hardin, Genelle Guillmo Ramerine, and the two girls.
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