22-Year-Old Rider Injured in Electric Bicycle Accident near Arville StreetLAS VEGAS, NV (July 17, 2023) – Tuesday afternoon, one man was hospitalized after an electric bicycle collision on West Pyle Avenue. Authorities responded to the scene just before 3:50 p.m., near Decatur Boulevard on July 11th. Per reports, the driver of a Toyota Tundra was heading east and struck a man who was riding an electric bicycle and failed to stop at the stop sign. Crews described the electric bike as a Juiced Bikes Camp Scrambler. Upon impact, the cyclist was ejected from his electric bike and suffered life-threatening injuries. Paramedics arrived and transported the cyclist to Sunrise Hospital’s Trauma Unit in critical condition. Meanwhile, the Tundra driver remained at the scene and cooperated with the investigation. Officers say impairment did not play a factor. At this time, an active investigation into why the rider failed to stop is still currently underway. Once available, more details will be provided. Road accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. When using motorized bicycles or scooters, it is important to wear the proper protective gear to ensure your safety. If you’re behind the wheel, stay alert and keep an eye out for possible hazards. Dangerous road accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. Drive defensively to ensure the safety of surrounding vehicles, drivers, and pedestrians.
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