Male Pedestrian Fatally Struck in Deadly Collision near Galletti Way
RENO, NV (June 6, 2022) – Early Sunday morning, a man was pronounced dead after a pedestrian collision on East Second Street.
The incident happened around 3:30 a.m., along East Second Street near Galletti Way. Emergency crews responded to the scene shorty after.
For reasons unknown, the driver of an eastbound vehicle struck a male pedestrian in the area. Paramedics transported the injured man to a nearby hospital for further treatment.
Due to the extent of his condition, the pedestrian later succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. Although, authorities have not yet released his name or place of residency.
Meanwhile, the driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with the officers.
Authorities said it does not look like drugs or alcohol were potential factors. However, investigators are still determining the cause of the collision.
Reno Police officials ask anyone with information to reach them at 775-334-2141.
The team at Sweet James would like to offer their sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased victim. May you find comfort and strength during this difficult time.
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