32-year-old Christopher Hugh Moran Passed Away In Pedestrian Accident Friday Morning
Christopher Hugh Moran Death – Law enforcement agencies are investigating after a 32-year-old man passed away in a deadly pedestrian accident Friday morning. Police say Christopher Hugh Moran died after he was struck by two vehicles on the southbound I-15 while attempting to cross the road. According to the Nevada State Police, the incident happened at approximately 5 a.m. southbound I-15, south of Flamingo.
On Friday morning, a deadly crash happened on a Las Vegas motorway. The Nevada State Police are looking into what happened. Nevada State Police say that at about 5 a.m. on Friday, police went to a crash where a pedestrian may have been hit while crossing the street. When the police got there, they found out that an adult man was crossing from west to east on the southbound side when he was hit by a semi-truck and a passenger car. Nevada State Police said a civilian stopped to give aid until medical personnel came. But the man died from his injuries, and he was declared dead at the scene.
The Clark County Coroner’s Office said that the walker was Christopher Hugh Moran, who was 32 years old. As of Friday, the reason and way of his death were still unknown. Police said that the southbound I-15 was closed for good, and traffic was rerouted at Flamingo while the probe went on. There was no more information available right away.
ALSO READ: The driver of the plough that was involved in the fatal pedestrian accident will not be charged.
The driver of a snowplough for the City of Rochester who struck and killed a pedestrian on February 24 will not face any criminal charges as a result of the incident. According to the city, they have been informed by the Minnesota State Patrol that they will not be pressing charges against the driver in question. In February of this year, 69-year-old Rochester resident Linda Rud was struck and murdered while she was walking alone on Pinewood Road SE.
In February, State Patrol officials confirmed that the snowplough was moving in reverse at the time. The snow plough was subjected to a commercial vehicle check by the State Patrol. The employee of the City who was involved in the incident was put on paid administrative leave after the occurrence. In addition, support services were made available to each and every City teammate.
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