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62 year-old Gary Oliver killed in a single vehicle accident in Las Vegas

On Tuesday, October 25th, at 10:25 a.m., Nevada State Police reported a fatal single-vehicle accident on the US-95. The driver, 62-year-old Gary Earl Oliver of Indian Springs, was traveling southbound in a Toyota Highlander when he veered into a dirt center median. Oliver attempted to steer back into his lane, but the vehicle rotated and struck a concrete culvert, causing it to overturn. Unfortunately, Oliver was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle, resulting in his death at the scene of the accident.

No more information is available at this time.

March 30, 2023

This is the 14th fatal crash in 2023 resulting in 15 fatalities that the Southern Command of Nevada State Police has reported.

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