• February 17, 2017

Las Vegas, NV: One Killed, Two Hurt in Alleged DUI Accident at Centennial Parkway & Losee Road

Las Vegas, NV -- A suspected DUI Accident in the area of North Las Vegas, NV took the life of one unidentified 56-year-old man and left two with injuries Sunday, February 12, 2017.

The incident took place at the intersection of Centennial Parkway and Losee Road around 6:45 a.m.

It appears a vehicle driven by Alex Sadler was headed west on Centennial Parkway. The vehicle reportedly drove through a red light, colliding with a Volkswagen Tiguan headed north on Losee Road. Three occupants of the Volkswagen were hurt in the crash. One victim, the 56-year-old man, later died from his injuries while hospitalized. The two other victims were left with non-life threatening injuries.

The exact cause of the crash has not been determined, but police say they believe alcohol was a factor.

Mr. Sadler faces multiple charges related to the incident.

There was no further information available at the time of the report.

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