CALLVILLE BAY ACCESS ROAD CLOSED AFTER FATAL MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT
National Park Service
At 9:19 a.m. Sept. 23, the Lake Mead National Recreation Area Interagency Communication Center received an emergency call reporting a motorcycle down near mile marker 3.
National Park Service Rangers from the Lake Mead District responded and found a 22-year-old male unresponsive 75 feet off the road down an embankment.
Rangers conducted CPR for 40 minutes before a Community Ambulance paramedic pronounced the driver dead at the scene.
Preliminary reports indicate speed as a contributing factor. The National Park Service Rangers are handling the accident investigation with the assistance of the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The identity of the driver will not be released until next of kin have been notified.
Did You Know?
With more than 700 miles of shoreline, Lake Mead offers countless opportunities for exploration. One can return to Lake Mead National Recreation Area again and again to a favorite cove or hideaway in which to enjoy the special solitude, where water and desert contrast and complement each other.