Man Killed in Two-Vehicle Crash near Las Vegas BoulevardLAS VEGAS, NV (October 27, 2022) – 39-year-old Johnny Clay died after a two-car crash near Blue Diamond Road Monday. Authorities responded around 12:58 a.m. at the intersection near Blue Diamond and Las Vegas Boulevard on October 17th. As per initial reports, a white Mercedes driving at a fast rate of speed eastbound on Blue Diamond lost control and struck several light poles before overturning. The Mercedes also reportedly struck a white Honda vehicle leaving the driver of that vehicle with moderate injuries. Paramedics treated the unidentified Honda driver at the scene and transported the Mercedes driver to UMC where he succumbed to his injuries. Police later identified the deceased driver as Clay, 39, of Las Vegas. Furthermore, officials closed the surrounding area around Blue Diamond Road for a period of time due to clearing and preliminary duties. An active investigation is currently ongoing.
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