A driver died of blunt force trauma weeks after a crash occurred in the east valley of Las Vegas, according to the Clark County Coroner
The cause of death has been classified as an accident. The driver’s death marks the 75th traffic fatality in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department jurisdiction.
The crash occurred June 30, 2020, at 6 a.m. on East Lake Mead Boulevard at the intersection with Radwick Drive. According to evidence at the scene and drivers’ statements, a white 2006 Kenworth was traveling eastbound on East Lake Mead Boulevard approaching the Radwick Drive intersection.
A silver 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe was attempting to turn left from a posted stop sign on Radwick Drive to westbound East Lake Mead Boulevard when the collision occurred. The front of the Kenworth struck the left side of the Hyundai, police said.
Emergency Medical Services transported the driver and the passenger of the Hyundai to the University Medical Center Trauma Unit. According to the police, the passenger sustained minor injuries. The driver succumbed to injuries and was pronounced dead on July 19, 2020.
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