Cirque du Soleil
Tuesday, July 2, 2013 | 5:54 p.m.
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.
MGM Grand, a AAA Four Diamond resort, offers 5,044 rooms and suites.
MGM Grand features KÀ by Cirque du Soleil; Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club; and world-class entertainment at the Grand Garden Arena and Hollywood Theatre.
The resort offers signature restaurants by celebrity chefs including Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, Emeril Lagasse’s New Orleans Fish House, Wolfgang Puck’s Bar & Grill and Michelin three star and Forbes Five Star restaurant, Joël Robuchon.
As part of its ongoing “Grand Renovation,” MGM Grand has remodeled all rooms and suites in its main tower and is adding several new experiences to its lineup including Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant and Nightclub, a new upscale dining/nightlife concept (coming in April 2013).
MGM Grand also features a state-of-the-art, non-smoking conference center, the Grand Spa, Cristophe Salon, "CSI: The Experience" and an inviting pool complex featuring the tantalizing daylife of Wet Republic.
Upscale accommodations include The Mansion, an exclusive hotel within the hotel; the luxurious two-story SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand; and The Signature at MGM Grand, a luxury all-suite, non-gaming hotel located adjacent to the main resort.