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Troopers Identify Victim in Sun Valley Fatal Accident

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Courtesy: Nevada Highway Patrol Courtesy: Nevada Highway Patrol
Courtesy: Nevada HIghway Patrol Courtesy: Nevada HIghway Patrol

Nevada Highway Patrol troopers have released the names of the people involved in a fatal accident Friday night in Sun Valley.

The accident happened around 9:30pm Friday on Sun Valley Boulevard near Fourth Avenue.

Troopers say 58-year-old Jose Desantiago of Sun Valley was riding a moped when he tried to cross the boulevard in front of an SUV and was struck.
    
He died at the scene.

Investigators say the driver of the SUV, 26-year-old Gabriella Falcon, was not at fault and is cooperating with the investigation. They say alcohol and drugs do not appear to be involved.

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