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January 2016 Archives

Negligent driver: Passenger dies in cross-over crash on icy road

Driving on wet and icy roads in Nevada will always be challenging. For this reason, those who take to the roads in adverse weather conditions need to be aware of the dangers and drive with extra care. An accident that is caused by a negligent driver on an icy road can have devastating consequences.

Metro Police investigating incident of pedestrian hit by a bus

According to statistics from the Nevada Zero Fatalities campaign, 60 pedestrians lost their lives in motor vehicle accidents in 2015. They also indicate that pedestrians who are struck by vehicles while they are on sidewalks make up 8 percent of pedestrian deaths in the state. Clark County officials reported that a collision involving a pedestrian hit by a bus occurred on a recent Saturday morning.

Woman dies in the first Las Vegas pedestrian accident in 2016

A Nevada woman was killed when she was struck by a car while she was crossing a Las Vegas street. This was reportedly the first fatal pedestrian accident for 2016. According to the Las Vegas Metro police, the accident occurred shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 3.

Distracted bikers may cause motorcycle or motor vehicle crash

While traveling in groups is a favorite activity of motorcyclists in Nevada, a moment's loss of concentration or the slightest distraction by one of the riders can have devastating consequences. If one biker loses control, a chain reaction can cause a serious bike or motor vehicle crash. The Nevada Highway Patrol reported such a tragedy that recently occurred on U.S. 95.

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