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Las Vegas car crash results in Acura being torn in half

Posted by Neil Shouse | Jan 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last night, a car crash in Las Vegas resulted in a 1991 two-door Acura being torn in half, killing the car's driver and passenger. Police suspect the driver may have been racing before losing control of the car and crossing a median at East Sahara Ave. and Carillo Street. The Acura collided with a Dodge Durango, but its driver and passenger will survive their injuries.

"The driver and passenger of the Durango may have a personal injury claim," Las Vegas car accident attorney Michael Becker commented. "Potentially they can sue the estate of the Acura driver. Or if the evidence shows there was something wrong with the road that caused the accident, they could have a claim against the city of Las Vegas."

For more on this story, read the Las Vegas Review-Journal article.

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