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Girl Injured In Las Vegas Automobile Accident

October 03, 2015

A Las Vegas child, aged 5, was injured in a hit and run automobile accident in Las Vegas. The West Las Vegas valley automobile accident happened on Friday, October 2nd at approximately 3:35 p.m. After the Clark County car crash, the driver of the car, described as a Latino or Asian woman, exited her vehicle and apologized to the girl’s brother then drove off. The accident happened at W Gentle Rain Wy and S Waterview Dr near Ft. Apache Rd. The 5-year old girl was crossing with a teenager when she was hit by a car headed south.

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Three Separate Las Vegas Pedestrian Accidents Result In Two Deaths And One Injury

October 02, 2015

A middle-aged woman was killed in a Las Vegas pedestrian accident on Wednesday, September 30th. The woman, 53, was killed when an out-of-control automobile went onto a sidewalk and hit her while she was walking. The woman killed in the East Valley automobile accident was named Cynthia Buss-Finley. Ms. Buss-Finley was walking with 54-year old David Winkelspecht at approximately 10 p.m. on September 30th. The accident happened at Lucerne St and Charleston Blvd. Ms. Buss-Finley was killed by a Buick Century driven by 19-year old Alejandro Molina. Ms. Buss-Finley, Mr. Winkelspecht, Mr.

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Driverless Car Technology Could Virtually Eliminate Las Vegas Automobile Accidents

October 01, 2015

Driverless cars, piloted by computers, have the potential to end automobile accidents in Las Vegas. Driverless cars could turn out to be one of the most significant technological solutions ever should their promise of ending Las Vegas automobile accidents materialize. This begs the question - how many lives will be saved by the new technology? Some have begun to forecast that that nearly 20 to 30 million people will not die in automobile accidents due to the technology by the year 2099.

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Are Tourist Transportation Vehicles Like Duck Boats Too Dangerous For Las Vegas?

September 29, 2015

Are the buses and other transportation used to move tourists in Las Vegas dangerous? The United States transportation agency is investigating two Las Vegas commercial vehicle accidents where people were killed. Many safety experts say some of the commercial vehicles that are used to move tourists, called Duckboats, are simply too dangerous for the city streets. A number of duck boat accidents on the water have received significant oversight from the transportation agency, but land accidents with the decommissioned military vehicles have not seen the same level of scrutiny.

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One Teen Dead and Another Teen to be Charged in Tragic Las Vegas Car Surfing Accident

September 28, 2015

An underage driver in Las Vegas is facing felony charges in the death of Donya Badiepour in a car surfing accident in early August. Ms. Badiepour was riding on the bed of a pickup truck, standing, pantomiming surfing. Ms. Badiepour was a student at Durango High and was 16. The accident happened at approximately 3:00 a.m. on the 6th of August when  Ms. Badiepour fell from the back of the pickup truck. Ms. Badiepour and the driver of the pickup truck, who is 15 years old, were on their summer break at the time of the Las Vegas automobile accident.

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As Las Vegas Pedestrian Deaths Mount, the Silver State Works to Improve Las Vegas Pedestrian Infrastructure

September 23, 2015

As the death toll on Las Vegas roads has climbed to 76, the City of Las Vegas, Clark County and the State of Nevada are working to improve Sin City’s pedestrian infrastructure. The 76th pedestrian fatality happened in the vicinity of Palace Station. The accident happened on Monday, September 21st just before 10:00 p.m. the name of the man who was killed has not yet been released. He was 44.

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Caution In School Zones Can Reduce Las Vegas Automobile Accidents

September 22, 2015

The school year began in Las Vegas a month ago, and when children go back to school, drivers are urged to stay hyper vigilant in school zones. Since children are inherently unpredictable, when going through a school zone, drivers must be extra careful. Since the weather in Las Vegas is still very warm, many drivers have not made the connection that school is in session. At 15 miles per hour in a school zone, drivers can be lulled into inattention. Some schools also have school zones where the signs are confusing.

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Man Arrested For Las Vegas Hit-And-Run Accident Injuring Pedestrian

September 21, 2015

A hit-and-run accident by an alleged intoxicated driver resulted in a police crash involving multiple police vehicles. A Las Vegas man, Jon Monroe, 37, was hit while standing in the parking lot of the Liquor Outlet liquor store. Mr. Monroe was struck by an ‘05 Chevy C3500 driven by Darby Neagle who was trying to park at the time. The Liquor Outlet is located at 8645 S. Rainbow Blvd in Las Vegas.The accident happened at approximately 10:20 in the morning. After hitting Mr. Monroe, Mr. Neagle fled the scene of the accident. After hitting Mr. Monroe, Mr.

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