Las Vegas, NV – Fatal Multi-Vehicle At Intersection of Reno Ave And Evaline St

Las Vegas, NV (April 29, 2019) – Sources have confirmed that an accident has occurred on the intersection of Reno Ave. and Evaline St.

The crash happened on Saturday, April 27, and took place in the late hours of the afternoon. The exact time of the incident was at 5 p.m.  The incident involved two separate vehicles, and sources say the drivers involved knew each other. Both vehicles were said to be traveling eastward on Reno Ave. at unsafe speeds.

One car lost control, running into a wall, which ejected him or her from the vehicle.

Paramedics pronounced the driver dead at the scene.

Authorities have identified the deceased victim as Andrew Medrano, age 25 of Las Vegas.

The death was due to blunt force trauma experienced during the collision.

The other driver is said to have left the scene but returned soon after. He was taken into custody under suspicion of being under the influence.

The crash and its case are still in process, and information will be made known by authorities as it continues.

We would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to the family of Andrew Medrano at this difficult time.

Las Vegas Fatal Car Crashes

Las Vegas, NV - Fatal Injury Due To Crash At Reno Ave And Evaline StIn Nevada, there have been a reported 331 fatalities on the roadways in the year 2018.

This marks a noticeable increase of 6.4 percent from the previous year, which only had 311 deaths. Overall across the United States, the number of fatalities due to car accidents has decreased.

The Cottle Law Firm has obtained over a quarter of a billion dollars for people that were injured due to vehicle collisions throughout the state of Nevada.

We have decades of experience helping people with all kinds of injuries, and our lawyers understand how to get results.

You’re not just a case number at The Cottle Firm. Contact our offices now at 702-722-6111 to discuss your claim with a professional Las Vegas car crash attorney today.

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