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North Las Vegas crash leaves woman dead

Updated July 5, 2022 - 4:18 pm

A woman died Monday afternoon in a crash in North Las Vegas.

Two sedans collided at about 2:45 p.m. at the intersection of Deer Springs Way and Gliding Eagle Street, near Revere Street. Police believe the vehicle driving on Deer Springs Way, driven by 18-year-old Brandon Iglesias, was speeding.

A passenger in the car that was hit was pronounced dead at a local hospital. The Clark County coroner’s office Tuesday identified her as Brooklyn Fellure, 22.

That car’s driver, also a woman in her 20s, also was taken to a hospital.

Iglesias was arrested and charged with felony reckless driving.

Contact Nick Robertson at NRobertson@reviewjournal.com. Follow @NickRobertsonSU on Twitter.

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