Sedan vs. Motorcycle Collision near Bonanza Road Left One Person in Critical Condition

LAS VEGAS, NV (July 17, 2023) – Late Thursday night, a motorcycle collision on Nellis Boulevard left one rider critically injured. The incident occurred at around 10:10 p.m., June 29th, at Cedar Avenue, just south of Bonanza Road. According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, the crash involved a 2021 Porsche Taycan 4S and a 2021 Harley Davidson Road Glide. Upon investigation, the motorcyclist rear-ended the sedan. Furthermore, the 31-year-old motorcyclist was ejected from his vehicle and suffered serious injuries. Consequently, the authorities transported the rider to UMC, in critical condition. Meanwhile, the 60-year-old Porsche driver did not suffer any injuries and he cooperated with the authorities. At this time, the cause of the crash has not yet been released and an active investigation is still ongoing. It is important to observe proper caution when riding a motorcycle. Do not underestimate the bike’s speed. When turning or changing lanes, use hand and turn signals to give other drivers enough time to slow down and prepare for you to get over. To increase visibility, wear brightly colored clothes and reflective tape. For other drivers, check all your mirrors and blind spots for motorcycles before merging with traffic or changing lanes, especially at intersections. Also, allow more following distance when behind a motorcycle. This gives them more time to react or stop in case of an emergency. Create safer roads and save lives by abiding by all traffic laws and observing safety precautions.
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