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Driver arrested for DUI after pedestrian killed in Las Vegas

A driver was jailed in North Las Vegas after a pedestrian was fatally hit by a car while crossing the street outside a marked crosswalk on Monday night, according to police. The collision had been reported at approximately 8 p.m. on Las Vegas Boulevard North, between Carey Avenue and Pecos Road. In an initial statement reporting the collision, the North Las Vegas Police Department had stated that the pedestrian, a woman believed to be in her 30s, had been pronounced dead at University Medical Center’s trauma center. Investigators had determined that the driver of a Hyundai Sonata had been heading north on Las Vegas Blvd. when the pedestrian had attempted to cross the roadway, eastbound, and had been struck by the vehicle.

Police had identified the driver of the Hyundai as 63-year-old Timmy Cormier, who had been arrested and booked into the North Las Vegas Community Correctional Center for DUI resulting in death, possession of a controlled substance, and intoxicated person in possession of a firearm. “At that time, investigators had believed that speed and impairment had been factors in the collision,” police had stated.

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May 15, 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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