Las Vegas police investigate a serious crash at Desert Inn and Jones on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020.

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- An elderly man died after a rollover crash at the intersection of Desert Inn Road and Jones Boulevard early Monday morning.

About 6:25 a.m. on Feb. 3, two drivers were transported to a local hospital, one in critical condition, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lt. Gordon said.

According to a media release, a 2019 Volkswagen Jetta was about to turn left onto Jones when it went into the path of a 2017 Ford Edge. The cars collided and the Ford hit a curb causing it to roll over.

The driver of the Ford was not wearing a seat belt, police said. The 55-year-old man had "major" injuries and was taken to UMC Trauma. 

The man driving the Jetta, identified by police as 86-year-old Bernard Judis, was also taken to UMC Trauma with life-threatening injuries, police said. Police said Judis died at UMC Feb. 5.

Neither driver appeared to be impaired, police said.

The crash marked the 17th traffic-related fatality in Metro's jurisdiction in 2020.


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Nobody 86 should be allowed to drive on Clark County roads. 78 should be the time you get no more driving privileges. We have too many Uber/Lyfts now to be even debating this no brainer rule. We don;t let kids drive and we shouldn't be letting compromised old people either. 86 sorry not qualified.


First, how old are you? What qualifies you to be a judge about age/driving skills? Second, are you prepared to subsidize the Uber/Lift rides for these drivers?

Jimmy coors

Brutal year so far ,those old folks really taking a traffic accident and getting creamed a bit much !

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