Tramaine Porter Identified By Coroner as Man Struck and Killed By Car in Central Valley
Las Vegas, NV – The Clark County coroner’s office revealed on Thursday that 36-year-old Tramaine Anthony Porter died in a hit-and-run on June 7.
Police received reports on Sunday, the 7th of June, that a vehicle struck a man on the 200 block of Mission Newport Lane.
As a result, responders rushed to the scene of the accident.
Moreover, the incident occurred at around 9:43 p.m., and police discovered the suspect vehicle fled the scene.
Furthermore, medics transported Mr. Porter to University Medical Hospital with severe injuries.
Shortly after, he succumbed to his wounds, and died at the treatment center.
Indeed, authorities believe that a black Volvo sedan hit Porter.
In a news release, Metro police requested for anyone with information on the fatal accident to reach out to them at (702) 828 3521.
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