Andrew Sherbino was identified Monday by the Clark Country coroner.
A white Nissan hit Sherbino just before 9 p.m. near the Lake Mead Boulevard exit in the northwest valley, Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Chelsea Stuenkel said. He died at University Medical Center about 11:30 p.m.
Sherbino left his blue Mazda parked on the right shoulder before walking across the highway, Stuenkel said. The coroner’s office ruled Sherbino’s death a suicide.
WARNING SIGNS OF SUICIDE
Signs of suicide can include changes in conversation, behavior and mood, according to the American Association of Suicidology. If someone talks about being a burden to others and feeling trapped; if a person starts acting recklessly or withdrawing from friends, family and activities; if a person starts experiencing rage, anxiety, or a loss of interest — among other factors — reach out to the person or seek help.
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