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Woman on Scooter Killed in Crash in East Valley

December 27, 2017 | Filed under: Scooter Accident, Wrongful Death

A 62-year old woman driving a motorized scooter was struck and killed by a teenage driver who ran a red light in the far East Valley of Las Vegas Tuesday afternoon. The fatal collision occurred around 12:39 p.m. at the intersection of East Bonanza Road and North Linn Lane just south of Eldorado High School in the northeast part of Las Vegas. According to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, the 62-year old woman was crossing the intersection on a green light when a Nissan Sentra driven by a 17-year old boy, who was heading westbound on Bonanza Road, ran a red light and struck the woman in her scooter causing her to hit the pavement. First responders arrived on scene and transported the woman by ambulance to University Medical Center Trauma Center where the woman succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead by medical staff a short time later.

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1 Killed in Motor Scooter Crash on 405 Fwy in Inglewood

September 1, 2017 | Filed under: Scooter Accident

August 25th ─ a motor scooter driver is dead after a collision that prompted an hours long closure of the 405 freeway’s southbound lanes of traffic near Inglewood early Friday morning. The incident occurred just past 1:45 a.m. when California Highway Patrol officers along with Los Angeles County Firefighters and Paramedics responded to reports of a downed motor scooter and a body in the road, just north of the Florence Avenue exit on the 405 Freeway South. First responders arrived to find the body of a male, believed to be the scooter driver, near West Century Boulevard. The driver had apparently been run over by several vehicles. He was pronounced dead at the scene by responding CHP officers. According to investigators, 2 vehicles that were involved remained at the scene, but investigators believe more drivers may have left the scene, possibly without knowing they had run over the driver.

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