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Medical episode leaves one dead at Harry Reid Airport in Las Vegas, NV
Tragically, a 63-year-old driver passed away on Monday night after experiencing an unexpected medical episode while driving in the long-term parking garage at Harry Reid International Airport. Las Vegas Metro Police responded to the scene at around 9:16 p.m. in the Terminal 3 parking garage, where a gray 2013 Mercedes Benz GLK had collided with traffic-control barriers. The driver of the Mercedes was taken to Desert Springs Hospital for treatment, but despite all the life-saving measures, medical personnel were unable to save him. The cause and manner of death are under investigation by the Clark County Office of the Coroner/Medical Examiner.
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January 12, 2023
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