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Teen killed in muti-car accident In Las Vegas
North Las Vegas have reported that a multi-vehicle accident occurred last evening. Around 11:24pm at the intersection of 5th street and San Miguel Ave is where it was reported to have occurred. A silver Honda 4 door and a gray Jeep SUV were said to be involved according to officials. The honda was driven by a 16 year old female without a license and she had failed to stop at a stop sign, resulting in a t-bone by the Jeep. A male passenger in the Honda, an 18 year-old was rushed to the UMC Trauma hospital and was later pronounced deceased.
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September 27, 2022
At least as many as 26 traffic fatalities occurred in December of 2021 alone, 382 traffic fatalities in the year of 2021. That’s an 18% increase from the number of deaths in 2020 and a 21% increase from the fatalities recorded in 2019.
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