Widow of man killed in beltway crash shares her story
THIS IS THE CAR GWEN DIAZ WAS IN FRIDAY NIGHT. HER HUSBAND MANUEL WAS DRIVING ON 215 POLICE SAY THOMAS ROSS-ANGEL DROVE HIS SUV INTO THE BACK OF THE DIAZ'S MINI COOPER. PARAMEDICS WERE UNABLE TO SAVE HIM. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The widow of a man killed on the Las Vegas beltway near Sahara Avenue on Friday night shared her story with Action News.
Gwen Diaz was in the passenger seat when her husband, Manuel, was killed in that crash.
It happened on the beltway when police say Thomas Rossangel drove his SUV into the back of the Diaz's Mini Cooper. Paramedics were unable to save him.
Gwen Diaz was left in agony.
The crash left her bruised all over her body, two cracked ribs, a broken tailbone and without her husband.
The family shared the last photo the entire Diaz family took. Manuel's daughter told Action News she feels robbed that her father can't keep his promise to walk his granddaughter down the aisle.