41-year-old Mesa, Arizona Man Passed Away From His Wound In Collision On Frank SInatra Drive
According to the authorities, a man who was hurt in a collision on Frank Sinatra Drive close to Russell Road on Thursday passed away from his wounds on Friday.
The car left the road and struck “several large landscaping boulders” before becoming stranded on top of a boulder on May 4 at 2:43 p.m. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department was called to the scene of the accident. vehicle
Before police arrived, one of the car’s occupants allegedly fled the scene.
The registered owner of the car was reportedly taken to Southern Hills Hospital later that day owing to abdominal pain, according to authorities.
The man’s condition worsened once at the hospital, according to a statement from the police, and he was then taken to Sunrise Hospital’s Trauma for “a higher level of care.”
The man was declared dead on May 5 by medical professionals. He was identified by police as a 41-year-old Mesa, Arizona, resident.
The individual was being treated for wounds acquired as a result of being engaged in a car accident, according to hospital workers, who were disclosed to police by the Clark County Coroner’s office.
According to the police press release, “The decedent has not been confirmed as the driver of the Subaru at the time of the collision.”
The Las Vegas police are still looking into the collision.
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