Motorcycle Rider Dies in High-Speed Accident on Bravita Drive
Las Vegas, NV (October 23, 2022) On Saturday evening, a motorcycle accident on West Craig Road claimed the life of a motorcycle rider.
North Las Vegas police say that the high-speed accident happened at around 5 p.m. at Bravita Drive.
Reports say that a westbound motorcycle collided with an eastbound black Toyota Prius. Moreover, officials say that the turned in front of the motorcyclist. Consequently, the motorcyclist struck the right side of the Toyota.
Authorities pronounced the man dead at the scene. Meanwhile, the male Toyota driver stayed at the scene. Officials say that both parties involved are men in their 30s.
Police are investigating the Craig Road motorcycle accident and have ruled out impairment as a probable cause for the collision. Additionally, officials believe that speed may have played a part.
Sweet Lawyers extend our sincere condolences to the loved ones of the deceased in the motorcycle accident on Bravita Drive. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
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The Craig Road motorcycle accident is proof that Nevada’s road accident rate continues to increase despite the additional safety features of newer vehicle models.
The increasing crash rate indicates that auto accidents like the high-speed accident on Bravita Drive happen everywhere. In fact, they are a leading cause of death for individuals ages 5-64.
Accordingly, the NHTSA says two out of three motorists will experience a traffic accident during their life.
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