North Las Vegas Crash, Driver killed by a semi near I-15

November 22, 2019 | Ed Bernstein
North Las Vegas Crash, Driver killed by a semi near I-15 Nov. 22, 2019 North Las Vegas crash, driver killed by a semi near I-15 According to North Las Vegas Police, on Friday morning, Nov. 22, there was a deadly crash near Interstate 15 on Cheyenne Avenue. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene due to the impact of the collision from a semi-truck.  According to Officer Eric Leavitt, the four-door sedan ran through a red light and smacked into the semi at around 7 a.m.  Leavitt stated that this action resulted in a fatal collision, as the motorist of the sedan passed away due to the impact. The semi driver did not report any trauma. There were no additional people or automobiles involved during this incident.  The experienced car accident lawyers in Las Vegas will stand up for you against insurance companies so you can focus on what matters. Our Las Vegas personal injury practice includes commercial trucking accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, as well as any other case where you may have been hurt or injured.  For over 42 years, Edward M. Bernstein & Associates have been here for you.  Feel free to call our Las Vegas office today at (702) 213-7012. Note: These posts are created using publicly available (secondary) sources. The information has not been independently verified. If you see any information that should be corrected, please bring it to our attention and we will make adjustments. The photos depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident scene.


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