Two people who were on a moped were hurt in an accident in Las Vegas. The two were rushed to University Hospital after they were hurt in a Northeast Valley motorcycle accident. Police are still looking into the details of the Friday, November 27th accident, which happened in the vicinity of Nellis Blvd. and Craig Rd. Metro has not released the names of those hurt in the Las Vegas motorbike crash or the cause of the crash. The two people who were injured, who were on the same bike, are currently listed as critically injured.
Pedestrian accidents happen frequently in Las Vegas, and when they do, people are either killed or injured. There were four separate Las Vegas pedestrian accidents the last week of November 2015 and they varied in many ways. In some, the person crossing the street was walking outside of a crosswalk, in others the person was obeying all traffic laws. Sometimes drivers fled the scene in the aftermath of the crash, in others, the drivers stayed behind to render assistance. An elderly woman was killed crossing Nellis Blvd. on Friday, November 27th.
A man on vacation in Las Vegas from Pennsylvania has died in a commercial vehicle accident. The Spring Valley commercial vehicle accident happened around 1:00 p.m. today, Friday, November 27th. The man, from Bethlehem, PA, was 50-years old and was named Anthony Barbaro. The PA man was driving a U-Haul rental truck at the time of the crash. Mr. Barbaro was turning left on Tropicana Ave in his Oldsmobile Alero that was manufactured in 2001 when he was hit by a U-Haul that was currently driving on Tropicana Ave.
A motorcycle accident that involved two vehicles operated by the city of Las Vegas or Clark County resulted in a motorcyclist injury. The accident between the motorcycle and the school bus operated by the school district of Clark County tied up rush hour traffic on Wednesday, November 18th. Happening at approximately 3:30 p.m., the accident was at the intersection of Ann Rd. and Jones Blvd. Identifying characteristics of the rider of the motorcycle in the Copper Crest motorcycle accident have not been released.
Las Vegas police closed East Charleston Blvd and South Lucerne St. on Wednesday evening, November 18th. due to another pedestrian accident. The person was hit and killed at approximately 6:40 p.m. Police have determined that the pedestrian was not in a marked crosswalk at the time of the accident. Police investigating the crash did not find the driver of the automobile in the Sunrise Manor automobile accident to be intoxicated or to be violating traffic safety laws like speeding.
A Las Vegas man, Daniel Robledo, has died due to a pedestrian automobile accident in Las Vegas. The South Valley automobile accident happened in the area near the M Casino. The vehicle that hit Mr. Robledo was owned by the casino resort. At approximately 5:00 a.m. is when the accident occurred. As the M Casino’s sport utility vehicle was headed north on Las Vegas Blvd just past St. Rose Pkwy it hit Mr. Robledo. Mr. Robledo, 25, was not in a marked crosswalk and was not wearing light or reflective clothing at the time of the accident.
An automobile accident in Las Vegas resulted in the death of a Las Vegas woman. The Las Vegas strip automobile accident happened when the woman ran a red light at approximately 12:30 a.m. on Friday, November 13th. The woman was 39-year old Irene Harris from Las Vegas. Ms. Harris ran a red light on Frank Sinatra Drive at the intersection of Russell Road. An 18-wheeler was turning onto Russell Rd from the Mandalay Bay parking lot when it was hit by Ms. Harris’ minivan. The minivan Ms. Harris was driving was forced under the semi and Ms. Harris was killed.
Three motorcycle accidents in Southern Nevada resulted in one death and two injuries this November. The first Las Vegas motorcycle accident happened on Sunday, November 1st. The accident happened in the vicinity of the Mandalay Bay casino at approximately 9:15 p.m. Police investigators have determined that the motorcyclist was speeding at the time of the Clark County motorbike crash and was travelling with a large group of other people on motorcycles.