UPDATE: The victim has been identified as 20-year-old Malik Warsfield of Las Vegas.
The preliminary investigation indicates the motorcyclist was traveling east on Ann Road when he collided with a silver Lexus 4-door traveling north on Coleman Street from a stop sign.
The impact of the first collision forced the Lexus into a red Chevrolet Sport Utility Vehicle that was traveling west on Ann Road.
The adult male driver and adult female passenger of the Lexus were transported to Centennial Hills Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The adult female driver and adult male passenger of the Chevy were not injured or transported to a hospital.
As this is an ongoing investigation, speed and alcohol have not been determined as contributing factors at this time. No charges have been filed.
NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- A motorcyclist died after a crash in North Las Vegas Thursday night.
The crash involving three vehicles was reported near Ann Road and Coleman Street, east of Simmons Street.
Police say that all three vehicles were going in different directions when the motorcycle hit a vehicle that had just passed through a stop sign. That vehicle then hit a SUV.
The motorcyclist died from his injuries. Two other people were transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Ann Road was closed as North Las Vegas police investigated.
This is a developing story. Check back to 13 Action News for updates.
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