• February 12, 2019

Breeona Olsteien Struck, Killed by Passenger Bus in North Las Vegas, NV Accident

Las Vegas, NV -- On February 9, 2019, 24-year-old Breeona Olsteien was struck and killed by a passenger bus on a crosswalk in North Las Vegas.

Authorities say the incident occurred Saturday evening around 6:00 p.m. Olsteien was reportedly moving across Civic Center Drive in a motorized wheelchair near North Las Vegas Boulevard when she was struck by a Regional Transportation Commission bus. She appeared to have been in a marked crosswalk when she was hit.

Olsteien was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.

Authorities are still investigating the incident, but say impairment is not considered to be a factor.

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