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April 25, 2015

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Ka’ performer fell 90 feet to her death, coroner reports


Cirque du Soleil

Sarah Guyard-Guillot and her two children.

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Sarah Guillot-Guyard

Cirque du Soleil acrobat Sarah Guyard-Guillot died from multiple blunt force trauma suffered Saturday when she fell approximately 90 feet during a performance of “Ka” at MGM Grand, the Clark County Coroner’s Office announced Tuesday evening.

Dan Kulin, a county spokesman, said the Coroner’s Office determined Guyard-Guillot’s death was accidental.

The news release said the Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration was continuing an investigation into the accident. The investigation could take up to six months to complete.

Guyard-Guillot, 31, was a citizen of France and resident of Las Vegas.

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