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Criminal who sped through red light at 100mph, killing nine, had consumed cocaine, PCP and alcohol 


The driver of the Dodge Challenger that caused the crash, Gary Dean Robinson, 59, (pictured) of North Las Vegas , was found to have high levels of cocaine and the hallucinogenic PCP in his system. He was among the nine pronounced dead at the scene.

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The driver of the Dodge Challenger that caused the crash, Gary Dean Robinson, 59, (pictured) of North Las Vegas , was found to have high levels of cocaine and the hallucinogenic PCP in his system. He was among the nine pronounced dead at the scene. 

A career criminal who killed seven members of the same family and two others – including himself – when he sped through a red light at 100mph was high on cocaine and hallucinogenic PCP, an autopsy has revealed. 

Gary Robinson, 59, was found to have high levels of both drugs in his system after causing Nevada’s deadliest crash in 30 years at the intersection of Cheyenne Avenue and Commerce Street, north Las Vegas, on January 29 this year. 

A former prosecutor said he had ‘never seen’ such levels in a DUI death case and believes Robinson was doing ‘bumps of cocaine’ in his Dodge Challenger moments before he ploughed into a minivan, which was carrying children as young as five. 

Robinson, who had also consumed alcohol, and his…