CHARLESTON BOULEVARD CRASH
Woman, 62, dies after being struck by SUV
A 62-year-old Las Vegas woman was killed after being struck by a 2003 Toyota Sequoia on Charleston Boulevard, just west of Tonopah Drive, about 5:50 p.m. Monday, authorities said.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified the woman as Rose Marie Allison.
Las Vegas police said Allison was trying to cross to the south side of Charleston outside a crosswalk. The driver of the eastbound sport utility vehicle, David Estrada, 51, was unable to stop in time before striking her, police said.
Allison was taken to University Medical Center, where she died, police said.
No one was charged, but the investigation was ongoing.
15-YEAR-OLD DIED MONDAY
Boy killed while crossing Beltway ID’d
The 15-year-old boy who was killed Monday night when he was hit by a car while crossing the Las Vegas Beltway, near Charleston Boulevard, was identified as Richard James Hinshaw, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Nevada Highway Patrol officials said Hinshaw was running west across the freeway about 6:45 p.m. with three or four other kids when he when was hit by a 2005 Pontiac Grand Am.
SNOWSTORM IN SIERRA
Boreal resort hopes to open season Thursday
An early season storm left up to 15 inches of snow in the Sierra, and ski resorts hope to open soon.
Alpine Meadows resort just north of Lake Tahoe on Tuesday reported 10 to 14 inches of new snow and said it hopes to open slopes Nov. 26.
The Boreal resort atop Donner Summit reported 12 to 15 inches of snow. It hopes to be the first Tahoe resort to open for the season Thursday.