A 13-year-old Henderson boy was struck and killed by a minivan while riding his bicycle to school Monday morning.
Henderson police spokesman Keith Paul said the accident happened about 7 a.m. at the intersection of Warm Springs Road and Pueblo Boulevard.
The boy, whom the Clark County coroner's office identified as Nathaniel Miller of Henderson, was riding east on Warm Springs when he was struck by a minivan driven by 56-year-old Ki Fung, who pulled into the intersection from Pueblo, Paul said.
Witnesses responded immediately after the crash but the boy, a Brown Middle School student, died at the scene, Paul said.
The boy was not wearing a helmet and was thrown 20 feet, he said.
Alcohol, drugs and speed are not suspected as a factors in the accident. Fung was not charged in the boy's death, but the investigation is ongoing, Paul said.
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