LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Three individuals had been killed in a four-vehicle crash in Northern Nevada, in line with a Nevada Highway Patrol information launch.
The Thursday, Feb. 11, crash on U.S. Highway 93 occurred in Elko County, about 27 miles north of Wells.
All three victims had been California residents.
The crash concerned three pickups and a U-Haul transferring van, in line with an NHP assertion on Wednesday.
U.S. 93 was shut down in each instructions for six and a half hours after the 6:15 p.m. crash.
A white Dodge Ram pickup that was southbound crossed into the northbound lane, sideswiping the U-Haul, NHP stated. The white pickup continued into the northbound lane and collided with the entrance of a northbound blue Ram pickup, after which collided with a grey Toyota Tacoma pickup. The white pickup got here to relaxation on its proper aspect.
A photograph from the scene seems to point out that the blue pickup reduce in half lengthwise from the frontal affect with the white pickup.
The driver of the white Dodge Ram, 24-year-old Sterling Jay Price of Visalia, Calif., died on the scene. Two occupants of the blue Ram pickup — Ramon Miguel Pena, 25, and Bryann Mendoza, 25 — additionally died. Both had been from Susanville, Calif.
An grownup male passenger in the white Dodge Ram sustained non-life threatening accidents and was transported from the scene. A juvenile passenger in the blue Ram pickup sustained life-threatening accidents and stays in vital situation.
If you had been a witness to this incident, or have any data concerning the crash, please contact Trooper Payne on the NHP Elko Office at (775) 753-1111.