Nevada authorities are looking for witnesses to help in the investigation of a two-vehicle accident that occurred in south Las Vegas valley in December.
One man was fatally injured after the crash.
Nevada Highway Patrol informed that troopers responded to the crash sometime before 5:10 a.m. on Sunday, on December 15, at Blue Diamond Road and El Capitan Way.
A white 2017 Honda CR-V was driving west on Blue Diamond, when it turned left at the intersection with El Capitan, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
At the same time, another vehicle, a white 2015 Honda Civic, was driving east on Blue Diamond approaching the intersection.
According to Nevada Highway Patrol, the Civic struck the CR-V as the second car went into the intersection. From the crash, the Civic was pushed into a traffic sign and wooden billboard.
The driver of the Civic, is identified as seventy-two-year-old Robert Glenn Largen of Henderson. He had severe injuries and was transported to University Medical Center. Eleven days after the accident, on December 26, he died due to the harsh injuries.
So far, there are no other details about the accident. Troopers are asking anyone who witnessed the car accident to give them information. Contact the Nevada Highway Patrol investigation team at RKMiller@dps.state.nv.us.
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