LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Clark County coroner identified the woman who died after fatally crashing into a disabled car on the 215 Beltway near Sahara Avenue Saturday night.
According to the coroner, Angelica Kimber, 46, died from blunt force injuries and a motor vehicle collision. Her death was ruled as an accident.
According to Nevada Highway Patrol, troopers were called to the scene at 11 p.m. Kimber was headed north on the 215 in her Mazda 3. An unoccupied, disabled Pontiac Sunfire was located in the right shoulder, just south of the Sahara northbound off-ramp.
Kimber, for unknown reasons, failed to stay in her travel lane and rear-ended the Pontiac, NHP said. She was taken to University Medical Center where she was pronounced dead.
NHP spokesman trooper Jason Buratczuk said it was unknown if impairment was a factor, but Kimber was not wearing her seatbelt at the time of the crash.
"In 2018, the most common factors for all NHP fatal crashes in Southern Command were unrestrained motorists and passengers, speed and impairment," Buratczuk said. "As we begin 2019, NHP reminds all motorists to always wear your seatbelt, never drive impaired and to please slow down."