One man killed in a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred on Sunday, on the highway, near Laughlin.
Nevada Highway Patrol closed the highway after the fatal motorcycle collision that happened west of Laughlin; the motorcycle rider was killed on the scene.
Trooper Travis Smaka informed that around 5 in the afternoon on November 10th, a motorcycle rider crossed into oncoming traffic. The motorcyclist directly hit in another vehicle.
Police confirmed that the rider died immediately, but there is no information about the driver and possible passengers in the other vehicle.
Westbound S.R. 163 (Laughlin Highway) was closed for four-five hours, trooper Smaka informed.
Drivers going to Las Vegas were re-directed to head east through Kingman, Arizona.
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