The Woman Killed In Henry Ruggs’ DUI Crash Memorialized With Las Vegas Mural

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Back in November, we were hit with the horrible news that Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was arrested for DUI resulting in death after killing 23-year-old Tina Tintor and her Golden Retriever, Max, in a fiery car wreck.

Ruggs was going an estimated 156 mph, and blew twice the legal limit at .161.

Now, in honor if Tintor, her and her dog have been memorialized with a mural in Las Vegas, right near the crash site.

It’s a depiction of Tina and Max smiling in front of a blue background.

The artist painted both of their names above the pictures, and added “in loving memory,” according to KLAS

Family, friends, and supporters continue to leave photographs, candles, and flowers in front of the mural.

Tintor’s uncle says that he organized the painting following her death.

Classy move in remembrance of a life that was taken way too early.

Ruggs has been hit with five charges, and could spend decades behind bars.

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