Las Vegas Driver Pronounced Dead after Car Collision near Decatur Boulevard
LAS VEGAS, NV (November 1, 2022) – Early Monday morning, 57-year-old Bobby Acevedo died after a two-vehicle collision at West Flamingo Road.
The accident happened around 1:50 a.m. along West Flamingo Road and South Decatur Boulevard.
According to the State Troopers, Acevedo was in a Mazda MX5 traveling east on Flamingo when he made a left turn at a red light. This caused him to crash into a Toyota Avalon, which was traveling west on Flamingo.
Acevedo was pronounced dead at the scene as a result of the collision. While, the Toyota driver, a 26-year-old Las Vegas man, and their 22-year-old passenger sustained minor injuries and were hospitalized.
Investigators are now looking into the possible cause of the crash. Alcohol and drugs were not considered factors in the crash, officers said.
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