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Four Killed In Tragic Las Vegas Automobile Accident

April 17, 2015

A 3-car accident with a Nissan sports car resulted in the death of four people. The Las Vegas police department has announced that one more person has died in a 3-car Las Vegas automobile accident. Previously, the accident had resulted in a death toll of three people but later, police announced that the driver of the 350z, 28-year old Lozana Walker had also perished. The previously announced deaths were three people who were riding in the automobile that had been struck allegedly by Mr. Walke. Their names are 28-year old Allison Uyematsu, 56-year old Sheryl Uyematsu and 50-year old John Snide.

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Southern Nevada Car Accident Causes Death Of Prominent Las Vegas Political Consultant

April 14, 2015

A Las Vegas political consultant recently died in a car fatality. The Las Vegas automobile fatality happened last Thursday in the vicinity of Mt. Charleston in Las Vegas. The 69-year old man, Gary Gray, was a well known political consultant who was also married to a member of the County Commission of Clark County, Ms. Chris Giunchigliani. The two were married in 1987. Nevada Highway Patrol released a statement saying the accident happened on Kyle Canyon Rd, when Mr.

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Nevada Legislature Hears Bill To Reduce Las Vegas Moped Accidents

April 13, 2015

Mopeds have proliferated in Las Vegas due in part to their low cost of ownership and very high gas mileage. Unfortunately, many Las Vegas residents find the two wheeled motor enabled cycles to be a nuisance. Mopeds tend to cost only approximately $1000 and get nearly 100 miles to the gallon of gasoline. In addition, mopeds do not require licenses or to be registered with the department of motor vehicles in Nevada.

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Las Vegas Man Killed In Pedestrian Accident

April 13, 2015

Despite efforts from Las Vegas area police, transit agencies, local elected government bodies and even the United States transportation department, pedestrian accidents continue to rise in Southern Nevada. The combined effort of multiple city departments, state of Nevada agencies, law enforcement groups and even the federal government has made a dent in the number of pedestrian injury in Las Vegas, however, there is still significant work to be done.

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A 4-car accident in Las Vegas kills 2

April 11, 2015

Early Friday morning, two people were killed in an automobile accident involving four cars. The accident occurred at Spring Mountain Road and Lindell Road. The accident occurred when 23-year old Annie Cho, driving her Hyundai Sonata sedan when she veered into oncoming traffic on Spring Mt. Road. As she veered into the left hand lane, her 2011 Sonata hit a 2014 Ford Taxi cab, a 2004 Chevy Cavalier and a Honda Civic from 2011. Both Ms. Cho and 55-year old Jose Ordaz were killed due to the accident. Mr.Ordaz was pronounced dead at the scene and Ms. Cho later died at University Hospital. Mr.

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Man Killed Friday In Las Vegas Pedestrian Accident

April 07, 2015

On Friday, yet another Las Vegas pedestrian was needlessly killed and another was injured. The accident, which occurred Friday evening around 8:30 p.m. happened in the vicinity of N. Rancho Dr and W. Craig Rd. The Northwest Las Vegas pedestrian accident, in which a brand new Hyundai SUV stuck two men, resulted in one man dead at the location of the accident and another with injuries so drastic he was rushed to a local hospital trauma center for immediate treatment.

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Two Las Vegans Injured In 3-Ring Circus Accident

April 06, 2015

Two Las Vegas residents were injured in carnival accident this weekend. The two men, driving motorcycles in a steel globe in a trick called the Globe of Death, collided with each other and another motorcycle and it’s rider in the trick. While the accident happened in Washington state, since the company, Jordan World Circus, is based in Las Vegas Nevada, the company could be liable for a Las Vegas workplace injury case. The injured motorcycle riders, both Las Vegas residents, one suffered a broken leg and another broke a rib. The accident happened at 4:30 p.m.

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19-Year Old Erich Nowsch Now Faces Charges In Addition To Las Vegas Wrongful Death

April 05, 2015

The shooter in the incorrectly reported road rage accident death faces additional charges. 19-year old Las Vegas resident, Erich Nowsch, is now facing an additional charge by the Las Vegas police. This is in addition to the charge Mr. Nowsch is facing for the shooting death of Tammy Meyers. The new charge is for threatening a 13-year old male Las Vegas resident in mid-February this year. The prosecutors for the Clark County District attorney state that Mr. Nowsch held a knife against the throat of the young boy in a threatening manner.

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