Woman Killed in the Henry Ruggs Car Crash Has Been Identified

The identity of the 23-year-old woman who was killed in the car crash involving former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III has been revealed.

The Woman in the car crash who perished is 23 year old Tina Tintor.

Some disturbing details were released along with the identity of the woman in the car. According to an eyewitness, Tina Tintor was still alive after the crash and trapped in her vehicle.

“I thought for sure we were going to be able to do something. The fire was so small at the time,” said Rodriguez. “It just grew fast. Really fast. There was one person with a fire extinguisher, a county worker, that didn’t work. It wasn’t enough. It was just so fast.”

“Everything we tried just wasn’t working. The fire just grew so fast,” Rodriguez recalled. “She was actually still alive. You could hear her breathing. She had her seat belt on and I was trying to cut that away. Trying to grab them by their shoulders and pull them out but that wasn’t working. They were pinned. The seat belt was on, the airbags were in the way and the door was jammed.”

According to FOX5,  Las Vegas resident Tina Tintor and her dog, whose name was Maxi, were headed home after dropping off a friend.

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A terrible tragedy that could have easily been avoided.

Rest in Peace Tina Tintor and Maxi.

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