The identity of the driver is not being released at this time pending next of kin notification
On Saturday (July 9) at about 9:55 p.m., Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies, Clark County Fire District 6 and American Medical Response personnel were dispatched to the 3900 block of NE 78th Street on the report of an injury collision.
A 9-1-1 caller reported a single-vehicle collision involving a truck, which left the roadway and rolled over before landing on its top off the roadway.
Responding units located the vehicle, a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado upside down on the north side of NE 78th Street. Preliminary investigation determined the driver likely struck the center median curb, prior to leaving the roadway.
The driver, who was the sole occupant, was pronounced dead at the scene. The identity of the driver is not being released at this time pending next of kin notification.
The case is under further investigation by the CCSO Traffic Unit.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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