Kaleah Sharelle Manning Wiki – Kaleah Sharelle Manning Bio
Kaleah Sharelle Manning, The aunt of two toddlers killed in a tragic car crash is reported to have split a whole bottle of tequila with friends before causing the single-car collision on Sunday, December 11. She was operating a silver 2004 Honda Odyssey van on Scott Robinson Boulevard road at around 9.15 pm when she lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a palm tree head-on.
The crash’s impact thrashed the car and killed two toddlers identified as Taylor Wilmer, 3, and Rose Wilmer, 2. While Rose was pronounced dead at the scene, Taylor was rushed to the University Medical Centre, where she succumbed to her injuries on December 12. The girls’ 25-year-old mother Raenysa Clydette-Glenn Washington was in the front passenger seat when the crash occurred.
Kaleah Sharelle Manning died at the age of 23 years old.
Drunk Aunt Car Crashed & Death
The driver in the crash that killed two young girls in North Las Vegas was the girls’ aunt, police said. Her mother was the passenger.
Kaleah Sharelle Manning, 23, is suspected of driving under the influence in the crash Sunday night that killed Taylor and Rose Wilmer, who were 3 and 2, respectively.
Manning had a “strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming out of her mouth whenever she opened it to talk” after the accident, police alleged in an accident report released Thursday.
Raenysa Clydette-Glenn Washington, 25, the girl’s mother, was in the front passenger seat.
Manning and Washington face multiple charges, North Las Vegas Police Department Officer Alexander Cuevas announced in a news release issued Thursday afternoon.
Both live at the same address in Henderson, according to a police report of the accident. The two girls also lived at the same address.
Manning faces three DUI charges resulting in substantial bodily harm or death. She is also charged with driving with a suspended license and not having proof of insurance.
Washington faces two counts of child endangerment/neglect resulting in death.
Because both women were still hospitalized, they were searched in absentia but had not yet been booked into the Clark County Detention Center, police said.
Both Manning and Washington were in critical condition in the intensive care unit at University Medical Center, according to the accident report.
Responding police officers found that Manning smelled of alcohol and was slurring after the accident. Police say that she had bloodshot eyes, that she kept repeating herself, and that she said that she had consumed two drinks of alcohol, according to the accident report.
Manning’s blood was drawn, but the results were still pending, police said.
Eyewitnesses reported the gruesome scene after the accident.