Two Canadians remain in a Las Vegas hospital with critical head wounds after a homeless woman ran down more than three dozen people with her vehicle on a busy sidewalk Sunday night.
One person died and at least 35 people were injured following the driving rampage along the sidewalk of the city’s famous casino strip.
As of Monday night, three people were still in hospital in critical condition, including two unidentified Canadians. Initial reports indicated at least five Canadians were among the injured, with at least two of them from Montreal.
24-Year-old Lakeisha Holloway, who remains in jail under a suicide watch, will be charged with one count of murder with the use of a deadly weapon, endangering a child, and several other charges will likely follow.
Holloway, who is believed to be from the Portland, Oregon area, had been living in her car in Las Vegas for about one week prior to the incident with her three-year-old daughter, who was unharmed.
The crash took place when a 1996 Oldsmobile sedan repeatedly drove on the sidewalk near the Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino.
Following the crash, police say she parked her car at a nearby casino, told a parking attendant she had run people over and asked the valet to call 9-1-1.
Authorities say Holloway was driving on a suspended license.