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Motorcyclist taken to hospital after crash with a Porche Taycan near Nellis Blvd in Las Vegas

Sunday night July 2nd, a 29-year-old woman tragically died after crashing into a tree, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. The crash occurred on N. Hollywood Boulevard, south of E. Stewart Avenue, around 1:55 a.m. The woman was driving a Toyota Matrix at a high speed with a 22-year-old passenger, Breanna. Police reported that the driver ”failed to maintain the travel lane and ran off the road to the right, where the vehicle collided with a tree.” Medical personnel arrived and transported the passenger to a hospital with ”serious injuries”, while the driver died at the scene.

No more information is available at this time.

Jul 04, 2023

For 2023, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has recorded 65 traffic-related fatalities, with the latest being that of the driver.

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