Jose Ortiz, 71, was hit by a 1999 Toyota Corolla about 12:20 p.m. while crossing East Bonanza Road east of Marion Drive in his motorized wheelchair, a release said.
Review-Journal reporter Cassie Soto and Las Vegas police provide a preview to New Year’s Eve events on Fremont Street, including what to know about traffic and security for America’s Party.
Reviewjournal.com will have the valley covered on the night of Las Vegas’ biggest party.
The 72-year-old Las Vegas man who died Saturday in a three-car crash near UNLV died of natural causes, according to the Clark County coroner’s office said Monday.
The Las Vegas Strip fireworks show ended, and the crowd got tighter as people pushed and shoved to move to their destination for the night.
Details were not immediately available from the Clark County Fire Department, but Metropolitan Police Department Lt. David Gordon confirmed about 10:40 p.m. that an unknown number of palm trees had caught fire in front of Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South.
The crash, reported just after 7:40 p.m., happened when a pickup truck heading east on Lake Mead Boulevard made a left turn onto Lamb Boulevard into the path of the motorcyclist, according to Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Grant Rogers.
Police have named the 72-year-old man who died Saturday afternoon after a crash in the central valley.
A man died Sunday morning after he was struck by a car east of the Las Vegas Strip.
Among the many Nevada newsmakers who died in 2018 were a former Nevada governor and U.S. senator, a celebrity columnist and TV host known for bidding his viewers “Champagne wishes and caviar dreams” at the end of his show and the namesake of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.