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Driver dead after speeding and driving erratically in Las Vegas, NV
On Sunday night, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reported a fatal accident involving a 32-year-old driver. At around 5:09 a.m., the driver was operating a Chevrolet Tahoe eastbound on Alexander Road, swerving and traveling at a high rate of speed. The driver failed to stay in the travel lane and struck a raised median near the intersection of Alexander Road and N. Grand Canyon Drive. The impact caused the vehicle to lose control and leave the roadway, crashing through a fence and overturning multiple times in an undeveloped desert area. Medical personnel arrived on the scene and declared the driver dead, as he was beyond medical intervention.
No more information is available at this time.
June 07, 2023
The death of the Chevrolet driver marks the 55th traffic-related fatality in 2023 for the jurisdiction of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
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