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California man, 62, possibly had heart attack before crash

Authorities have released the name of the La Mirada, Calif., man who died after suffering a medical event while driving in Laughlin on Thursday.

Las Vegas police Lt. Brian Evans said 62-year-old William McCimiul possibly had a heart attack before the 40-foot motor home he was driving rear-ended another vehicle on Casino Drive.

Evans said McCimiul’s wife, a passenger, tried to stop the motor home before the crash. Neither she nor anyone in the second vehicle was hurt.

McCimiul was pronounced dead at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center in Bullhead City.

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