Mariella Hardin Obituary, Death -A family from Las Vegas was on their way to Reno to see a relative when they were involved in an automobile accident. According to the Nevada State Police, the collision took place on November 12 at approximately 5:50 a.m. on US 95 near Mile Marker 18, which is approximately one mile south of Goldfield, Nevada. The police say that a white Ram pickup truck was traveling north on US 95 toward a silver Ram that was traveling south.

The silver Ram was traveling south. The driver of the white Ram allegedly crossed the center line toward the driver of the silver truck for “unknown reasons,” which caused the driver of the silver truck to swerve in order to avoid colliding with the other vehicle before the two vehicles did collide. After the collision, the white Ram started to go up in flames. According to the police, all of the people who were inside of the white Ram truck have been pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

According to the State Police, among the victims were Mariella Hardin, who was 53 years old, Genelle Guillmo Ramerine, who was 38 years old, and two female juveniles. A campaign on GoFundMe that was verified stated that the family intended to travel from Las Vegas to Reno in order to visit Hardin’s son at the University of Nevada, Reno, and that they would do so in order to raise money for the campaign. It was found out that Ramerine was the man’s aunt, and the two younger girls were found out to be the man’s younger sisters.

An online fundraising campaign is currently under way in order to collect monetary contributions that will go toward paying for the funeral costs of those who have passed away and making a contribution toward the educational costs of the son who is still alive. The five people who were found to be inside the silver truck were reportedly removed from the scene and taken to a medical facility where they were treated for injuries of “varying degrees,” as stated by the State Police. 38 people have lost their lives as a result of the collision, making it the 29th fatal accident for the State Police, Northern Command in 2022.