A Las Vegas man, 32, has been sentenced for the death of 65-year old Ellen Finnie Gallucci. Kenneth Rankin was driving a Dodge Challenger when he rammed into Mrs. Gallucci’s car. Mr. Rankin was driving at almost 100 miles per hour when the accident happened. A Las Vegas judge pronounced a sentence on Mr. Ranking of 40 years. In the accident, Mrs. Gallucci’s car rolled over after it was hit by Mr. Rankin in his Charger. Mr. Rankin had run through a red light at the intersection of Jones Blvd and Cheyenne Blvd in February 2015. At the time of the accident, Mr.
As the hot summer continues in Las Vegas, car maintenance can help prevent injury and fatal accidents. Each day, thousands of Las Vegans climb into their cars that are overheated from the hot daytime sun. When they do, they quickly lower windows and crank air conditioners attempting to lower the temperature of the cabin of the automobile that can possibly have risen to over 175 degrees.
Across the planet, 1 million people die in traffic accidents every year. That number includes the deaths of pedestrians, passengers, motorcyclists, bicyclists, drivers and more. In the United States, for every 100,000 people in the country, 11.4 people die in automobile accidents yearly. This number is better than other countries, like the Dominican Republic, 41.7 people die every year for 100,000 people and Zambia that number is 23.8 deaths for every 100,000 people. Las Vegas traffic accident statistics for 2015 are not much better.
A fire at a casino pool in Las Vegas has led to two people being hurt. The sizable fire was at the Cosmopolitan casino and hotel that is on the Strip in Las Vegas. Las Vegas firefighters were contacted about the fire just after 12 p.m. on Saturday, July 25th. The fire, on the mega-casino’s 14th floor was two alarms.
One was hurt after an automobile accident where a car hit a bicycle in North Las Vegas. The person on the bicycle was rushed to the hospital with his injuries. The accident, which happened around 4 p.m. at Carey Ave and Martin Luther King Dr. A witness to the accident almost hit the bicyclist before he was struck by another car. In the accident, the man on the bicycle flew into the air and land on the windshield of the automobile that hit him in the Las Vegas automobile accident. The bicyclist, who received serious injuries, is expected to survive the crash with medical treatment.
A self-driving car developed by a Northern California tech giant has been involved in the first injury accident for the program. The self-driving car, developed and owned by Google was on a test run with three google employees when it was rear ended. The test run was in the tech giant’s hometown, Mountain View, CA. The Google self-driving car is a Lexus SUV. There are 20 self driving vehicles on roads in California and Nevada logging miles to test the safety of the vehicles.
Another automobile accident in claims yet another Southern Nevada life. In an attempt to pass cars that were driving slowly, a woman behind the wheel of a Pontiac Bonneville slammed head on into a Focus by Ford that was travelling in the opposite direction. The Sunday morning crash happened on July 19th around 10:00 a.m. The man killed in the Las Vegas automobile accident was Henderson resident Patrick Denley, 61. Mr. Denley was not driving the Ford Focus at the time of the crash. Instead, the automobile was being driven by a young driver, 16.
A Nevada man died Saturday, July 11th, when he was thrown from the vehicle he was a passenger in. At just after 7 p.m., NHP raced to the scene of an accident, where there was a Nissan truck involved in a single vehicle accident at Lake Mead. The truck had been driving through the National Park. Heading East on 6 Mile Cove Rd., a dirt road, inside the park. The driver of the pickup truck wasn’t able to control his vehicle and in an attempt to not crash steered right. Steering right resulted in the Nissan spinning clockwise.