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Hit and run results in 50 year-old woman dead in Las Vegas, NV
On Sunday afternoon, the Las Vegas Police Department responded to a hit-and-run accident near Aliante Nature Park. The collision involved a small SUV, an unknown vehicle, and two pedestrians on the sidewalk. As a result of the crash, a 50-year-old woman suffered significant injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the vehicle and another pedestrian were transported to the hospital for treatment. The Nevada Police are currently investigating the cause of the crash, and whether drugs, alcohol, distracted driving, or speed played a role. The identity and names of the victims have not been released at this time.
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January 02, 2023
From 2015 to 2019, the number of pedestrian fatalities and fatal crashes generally increased. A total of 378 fatalities and 368 fatal pedestrian incidents occurred on Nevada roadways.
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