One Injured in Motorcycle Crash near Elkhorn Drive in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV (October 28, 2021) A motorcycle collision near Sky Pointe Drive left a motorcyclist injured Wednesday afternoon.

The crash took place shortly before 1:00 p.m., near Sky Pointe Drive under the Elkhorn Drive overpass, as per reports.

According to investigations, a 2020 Yamaha R1 was heading north when the rider failed to navigate a curve in the road. As a result, the motorcyclist eventually struck the center median.

Due to the extent of injuries sustained, the rider was taken to University Medical Center’s Trauma Unit by EMS, where he is still in a serious condition.

Meanwhile, the crash is still under active investigation.

Motorcyclists rarely escape injury when an accident occurs. It is important to never underestimate the bike’s speed when you’re riding a motorcycle. Additionally, strictly follow traffic laws and the conditions of the road. For other drivers, do not tailgate a motorcyclist and maintain a safe following distance. Give motorcyclists a full traffic lane when you pass, as they too have equal rights on the road.

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