Crash, Flash, Hit-and-Run in Las Vegas, Nevada; Woman Cuts Off Drive, Then Blames Him

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Woman arrested after ‘crash, flash and dash’ in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In Las Vegas, Nevada an alleged female hit-and-run driver that was caught on camera swearing and flashing a family inside the other crashed vehicle, has been arrested nearly a week after the rush hour traffic incident.

Gina DeMarco, 34, was arrested by the Nevada Highway Patrol on Wednesday July 6, 2016, six days following a hit-and-run car crash, in which she fled after making an unsafe lane change and cut off the other motorist.

Gina DeMarco can be seen on video screaming, “You hit my (expletive) car! Brand (expletive) new! Idiot!” … the video

She then “moons” the other motorist and his family and raises her shirt to flash her breasts.

Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Jason Buratczuk says DeMarco could be facing hit-and-run and indecent exposure charges.

DeMarco may also be in trouble for fraud and identity theft. Buratczuk added, “We found there may be something going on, beyond just a regular hit-and-run crash. It looks like maybe some fraud or identity theft may be involved. Investigators are still looking into that.”

DeMarco remains in custody and is scheduled to face a judge.

Buratczuk said, “If she would’ve just stayed on scene, and waited for NHP to get there, she would’ve had an unsafe lane change ticket and been on her way, and now because of her actions, here we are today.”

The video of the road rage incident has been viewed thousands of times.

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