28-Year-Old Motorcyclist Dies after Fiery Collision near Coran Lane

LAS VEGAS, NV (August 7, 2023) – Monday morning, Sean Scott lost his life in a fiery motorcycle crash near Rancho Drive.

The deadly incident happened on July 31st, at around 6:50 a.m., involving a 2015 Yamaha FZ09 and a 2015 Chrysler 200.

According to reports, the Yamaha rider was driving at high speeds and was headed southbound on North Rancho Drive, just south of Coran Lane.

In addition, the Chrysler headed northbound to North Rancho Drive, just south of Coran Lane.

Furthermore, the Chrysler made a left turn on 1901 North Rancho Drive when the Yamaha entered a private drive.

As a result, the impact of the collision forced the Yamaha rider out of his motorcycle. Both the Yamaha and the Chrysler were engulfed in flames.

Luckily, the driver of the Chrysler was able to get himself out of the wreckage before both vehicles were engulfed.

After the collision, authorities pronounced the 28-year-old Sean Scott of Las Vegas dead at the scene.

An active investigation into the fiery crash near Rancho Drive is currently underway.

The Sweet James law firm sends out its heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of the victim. May the memories of your loved one give you strength and comfort in the difficult days ahead.

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