James Rowe Obituary, Cause Of Death – The office of the Clark County coroner has made public the identity of a newborn who passed away one month ago after sustaining life-threatening injuries in an automobile accident in east Las Vegas. The accident was caused by a collision between two cars. The infant had not yet reached the age of six months.
Eythan Castro Machado lost his life in an accident on February 24, and he went away on February 28, three days after the tragedy that took his life. There has been no public statement detailing the official manner in which the death occurred.
On the evening of February 25, Tiffany Carter, who is 36 years old, was driving a pickup truck when, according to the reports of the police, she ran a red light at the intersection of South Nellis Boulevard and East Vegas Valley Drive. The incident occurred at the intersection of South Nellis Boulevard and East Vegas Valley Drive. After then, the pickup truck ran into a vehicle that was stopped at the intersection and caused a collision.
When the vehicle’s occupants arrived at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, all four of them, including the newborn, were determined to be in critical condition. Just Carter and one other person who was in the third vehicle were injured, and their wounds were not considered to be life-threatening.
The authorities believe that just before to the incident, Carter was involved in a hit-and-run accident and was attempting to flee the scene of the accident when the collision took place. Carter was arrested and charged with one felony crime of fleeing the scene of an accident, three felony charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, and three felony counts of driving carelessly. Carter was also charged with one felony count of failing to halt at the site of an accident.