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Head-on collision kills two and injures one in Las Vegas

Authorities have released further details regarding a fatal wreck that had blocked traffic for hours along State Route 169. On April 30 at approximately 11:01 a.m., Nevada State Police had responded to a crash that occurred in the area of Moapa Valley Boulevard and mile marker 22, which is approximately 50 miles north of Las Vegas near Logandale. Officials had stated that a silver 2011 Volkswagen Jetta was traveling south on Route 169 when it had crossed into the northbound lanes and collided head-on with a blue 2010 Lincoln Town Car. Both drivers, 42-year-old Jason John Willaim Binder of Logandale and 86-year-old Horace Nathaniel Herman of Overton, were pronounced dead at the scene. The passenger of the Lincoln was airlifted to a hospital in the Las Vegas area with life-threatening injuries.

According to authorities, the crash had caused a major traffic backup, and the road was closed for several hours while the scene was being investigated and cleared. The cause of the accident is still under investigation, and it is currently unknown if speed or impairment were factors. Officials have also not disclosed whether any charges will be filed in connection with the crash.

No more information is available at this time.

May 10, 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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