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Coroner IDs motorcyclist who died in east Las Vegas crash

The motorcyclist who died in a crash Sunday afternoon in the east valley has been identified by the Clark County coroner.

Las Vegas police said Pedro Manuel Cedeno-Hernandez hit the side of a Chevrolet Impala on Sunday while driving his Yamaha motorcycle through the intersection of South Arden Street and East New York Avenue, near Wyoming Avenue and Nellis Boulevard.

The 23-year-old Las Vegas man died at University Medical Center from multiple blunt force injuries, the coroner said. His death was ruled an accident.

This was the 22nd traffic-related death investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department this year.

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