Dawayn Lafayette Johnson and Magdaline Nestor-Robinson Dead in Las Vegas Motorcycle Crash
LAS VEGAS, NV (January 4, 2021) – Saturday night, two people died in a motorcycle accident on Rancho Drive and Palomino Lane.
The Las Vegas Police revealed that the incident happened just before 10:50 p.m.
Reports confirmed that a 53-year-old man headed north on Rancho Drive.
Then, his vehicle, a 2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide, struck a median north of Palomino Lane. Afterward, the motorcycle struck a light pole.
As a result, both the man and his 33-year-old female passenger died at the scene.
According to reports, their fatality was the second and third traffic-related fatalities of the year. At least, in the Metropolitan Police Department’s jurisdiction.
Later on, the Clark County Coroner identified the victims as Dawayn Lafayette Johnson, 53, and Magdaline Nestor-Robinson, 33, as the pair killed in a central valley crash.
We at Sweet Lawyers express our utmost sympathies to the family and community of the victims.
What’s Next Following a Las Vegas Motorcycle Accident
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