LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Nevada Highway Patrol says 48 people have died on the state's roadways so far in 2020, up from 40 at this time last year.
That statistic is part of a deadly crash report released by the agency on Monday.
The report compares deadly crash totals from January and February 2020 to the corresponding months in 2019, and breaks down crashes by county and type.
In Clark County, NHP says there have been 27 deaths so far this year compared to 26 last year (3.85% increase), 11 deaths involving pedestrians compared to nine last year (22.22% increase), four deaths involving motorcycles compared to five last year (20% decrease) and zero deaths involving bicyclists compared to three last year (100% decrease).
You can view the numbers from NHP below.
KNOWN FATAL COMPARISON BETWEEN 2019 AND 2020
KNOWN COMPARISON OF FATALITIES BY PERSON TYPE BETWEEN 2019 AND 2020
Please note, NHP says the 2020 data is preliminary and does not necessarily include final reports from the coroner and/or toxicology, and 2019 data is not final until the end of December.