LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A traumatic crash killed nine people in North Las Vegas on Saturday, Jan. 29 — leaving the community shaken and searching for answers.
Police say a driver traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour ran a red light, ultimately killing himself and eight other people. Among the victims are seven members of the same North Las Vegas family.
Investigators remained on scene at the intersection of Cheyenne Avenue and Commerce Street for more than 10 hours, gathering evidence. In the days that followed, authorities have emphasized the dangers of speeding and urged the entire community to learn from the tragedy.
13 Action News has full coverage of the crash and its aftermath, including interviews with the families whose lives have been forever changed:
- NTSB posts its file on North Las Vegas crash that killed 9
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- Police: Car in North Las Vegas crash that killed 9 was going 103 mph
- Video shows car speeding towards intersection seconds before North Las Vegas crash that killed 9
- Public welcome at funeral for 7 people killed in North Las Vegas crash, mother says
- Mother announces funeral plans for 7 of her family members killed in North Las Vegas crash
- Woman who lost 7 relatives ends fundraiser that raised $300K
- Police release 911 calls from mass casualty crash in North Las Vegas
- 13 Investigates: Powerful engines and poor decisions are a deadly combination
- North Las Vegas crash sparks new dialogue about speed limiters in cars
- 'They never showed up': A mother copes with the loss of her family after fatal crash
- Another victim of deadly North Las Vegas crash alive; husband hears screams seconds before
- 13 Investigates: Driver in deadly North Las Vegas crash has extensive criminal history
- Police: 9 killed in North Las Vegas crash; driver traveling at 100+ mph
- NTSB will study North Las Vegas crash in efforts to reduce speeding fatalities nationwide
- North Las Vegas police investigate 'mass casualty' crash; at least 9 dead