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Driver accused of DUI in crash that kills man; 2-year-old survives

Updated Saturday, March 23, 2013 | 4:25 p.m.

Fatal crash

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A man was killed Saturday morning when his car was T-boned by a Hummer that ran a red light, but the 2-year-old riding with him survived unharmed, Metro Police said.

The collision happened shortly after 7 a.m. at Wynn and Spring Mountain roads.

The man driving the car, a 1997 Ford Escort, was pronounced dead at the scene. The child was taken to University Medical Center as a precaution.

Shauna Miller, the 26-year-old driver of the Hummer, was taken to the hospital with minor injuries and was later arrested on DUI charges.

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  1. Enough is enough! Laws need to be toughened against those fools who dare to drink & drive. And NV needs to enact a dram law whereby those dispensing alcohol are held financially liable for the carnage they abet by serving already intoxicated patrons. Bar owners, bartenders, cocktail waitresses, etc. are required to take "alcohol awareness" classes. What good are those classes if those same folks bear no responsibility for serving drunks? The insanity of "Happy Hours" and "all-you-can-drink" promotions also must be banned. There's nothing "Happy" about the misery they cause when the drinkers hit the road and threaten other motorists lives. It's crazy!