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Accident kills motorcyclist near Pecos and Cheyenne

A motorcycle wreck had left one person dead and traffic delayed Tuesday morning. Around 5 a.m., North Las Vegas Police Department officers responded to the report of a crash between a vehicle and a motorcycle at the intersection of Cheyenne and Pecos. According to authorities, a 2009 Ford F150 had been traveling north on Pecos and had been trying to turn left onto Cheyenne when a 1999 black and green Suzuki motorcycle had been traveling south on Pecos. The pickup truck had made a left turn in front of the motorcycle, causing a wreck and ejecting the 52-year-old male motorcycle rider from his vehicle. Medical personnel had pronounced the motorcyclist dead when they had arrived. Officials had not believed impairment to have been a factor in this incident. This had been an ongoing investigation, and they had promised to update the story as more details had become available.

As of Tuesday morning, the identity of the deceased motorcyclist had not been released. It had also not been reported whether the driver of the Ford F150 had sustained any injuries. The intersection of Cheyenne and Pecos had been closed for several hours while authorities had investigated the scene and cleared the wreckage.

No more information is available at this time.

Apr 24, 2024

Speeding was responsible for an average of 30 deaths per day in 2022, resulting in a total of 11,000 traffic-related fatalities. It was a factor in 29 percent of all deaths on Nevada roads that year. This alarming statistic stresses the importance of following speed limits and driving safely.

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