Male Motorcyclist Dies in Two-Vehicle Collision near Bravita DriveLAS VEGAS, NV (November 11, 2022) – Saturday evening, one rider was killed in a motorcycle accident on West Craig Road. The collision happened around 5:00 p.m., near Bravita Drive. Emergency crews responded to the scene shortly after. Officers say a westbound motorcyclist was traveling on the roadway when an eastbound black Toyota Prius turned in front of the motorcycle. As a result, the rider struck the right side of the Toyota. Paramedics arrived and pronounced the involved rider dead at the scene. Meanwhile, the male Toyota driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with the investigation. At this time, officials only described both parties involved as men in their 30s. Police are still investigating the motorcycle accident on West Craig Road and have ruled out impairment as a possible cause. Following preliminary investigations, officials believe that speed may have played a role. Once available, further details will be provided.
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