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Pedestrian killed by auto In Las Vegas

Las Vegas police said a pedestrian vs auto accident took place in Las Vegas today. The incident happened near Burnham Ave and Flamingo at about 1:30 in the afternoon. A 2012 Ford Fiesta was headed west on Flamingo when the driver’s vehicle struck the woman as she crossed the road heading to the south side. The police said the 65-year old woman sustained major injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident.

The identity of the woman was not immediately released and no additional information is available at this time.

September 28, 2022

Pedestrian accident-related deaths are outpacing death rates for influenza, and other common ailments, the issue was declared an epidemic by the State of Nevada. Las Vegas metro are urging residents to be vigilant as distracted drivers appear to be the main cause of these incidents.

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Help in a Crisis

Following a traumatic event, people often feel helpless, confused, and experience emotional shock. They are confronted with a situation for which they are totally unprepared.

Often there is no one available in the immediate aftermath of a tragedy to guide the victims through these difficult hours. The TIP volunteer provides this necessary temporary support until persons involved in the crisis are able to depend on family, friends, neighbors, and other resources in the community.