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Man killed in Henderson motorcycle accident identified

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Updated: 7/05/2013 2:26 pm
HENDERSON (KSNV -- The Clark County coroner's office has identified the man killed before noon Thursday in a motorcycle accident.

Reed Anthony Haller, 20, was killed about 11:20 a.m. when he lost control of his Suziki Matana motorcycle and struck a light pole when riding eastbound on Windmill Parkway near Arroyo Grand Boulevard.

A Henderson Police Department spokesman  said the motorcycle left the roadway and struck the center median. Haller, who was the sole occupant, was separated from the motorcycle and struck a light pole.

He was taken to Sunrise Hospital Trauma for treatment where he died from his injuries. He was wearing a helmet.

Haller was the registered owner of the motorcycle, but he did not have a motorcycle driver’s license.

A preliminary investigation indicated that speed appeared to be a factor in the crash. Drugs and alcohol were not suspected to be involved.



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