Woman dies months after crash near Las Vegas Blvd, Sahara
LAS VEGAS (AP) —
A 64-year-old Las Vegas woman died months after a crash near the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, according a statement from authorities released this week.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police say Zoila Amador was a passenger in a 2005 Toyota Rav4 that was involved in a crash on April 2, 2018, on E. Sahara Avenue at Santa Paul Drive, just east of Las Vegas Boulevard.
A 2017 Lincoln MKX was turning left, from east to north, when it was hit by the Toyota, which was heading west in the bus/right turn lane, according to LVMPD.
Amador was taken to a hospital, where she died on July 30, police say. The Clark County Coroner's Office determined she died from injuries sustained in the crash.