According to the Nevada Highway Patrol, two people were killed in a crash Sunday about an hour northeast of the Las Vegas Valley. 

NHP said the single-vehicle crash happened near Glendale on SR 168 and mile marker 11.

The crash involved a 1995 Lexus sedan that left the roadway for an unknown reason, said NHP. The driver overcorrected and crossed the eastbound lanes to a desert area off-road. 

The two people in the Lexus, a 19-year-old driver and 29-year-old passenger from California, were killed in the crash, NHP said. According to the investigators, both were not wearing seat belts and believe impairment may have played a part in the crash.

The crash was reported by a passer-by, so the exact time of the crash was unknown.

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