HENDERSON (KTNV) – A 39-year-old man is lifeless after a four-vehicle crash on I-11 South, north of Horizon Dr. in Henderson, Nevada State Police stated.
Nevada State Police responded to the crash on Jan. 8 round 4:48 a.m. after a preliminary investigation decided a silver Hyundai Elantra was touring southbound on I-11 north of Horizon Dr. in the correct lane.
Police say that for unknown causes, the automotive veered left throughout the journey lanes and hit the median barrier on the within shoulder.
The Hyundai was then reportedly despatched backwards throughout the journey lanes and onto the surface shoulder, the place it additionally struck the correct shoulder wall earlier than coming to relaxation on the shoulder.
Police recognized the driving force of the Hyundai Elantra as Noah Francis Williams.
At roughly 4:50 a.m., shortly after the Hyundai single-seater pulled over on the shoulder, a silver Fiat 500L stopped south of the Hyundai to render help and to be a witness.
A white Ford Explorer was touring south on I-11, approaching the Hyundai in the correct lane. The Ford didn’t cease in time, inflicting the entrance of the Ford to collide with the entrance of the Hyundai.
The driving force’s door of the Hyundai was open on the time of the affect, ejecting the driving force of the Hyundai, Noah Francis Williams. Based on incident reviews, the Hyundai was rotating clockwise when it was hit by the Ford, inflicting the correct entrance of the Hyundai to hit the left rear of the Fiat, which was on the correct shoulder.
After the silver Hyundai hit the Fiat, a white Hyundai Veloster was touring southbound and struck the entrance of the silver Hyundai as properly.
Williams was pronounced lifeless on the scene after succumbing to accidents sustained in each crashes.
This marks the second Nevada State Police Freeway Patrol, South Squad deadly accident and second deadly in 2023