2022 Fatal Multivehicle Collision in North Las Vegas Subject of Nov. 14 NTSB Board Meeting


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​​​WASHINGTON (Oct. 25, 2023) -- The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a virtual public board meeting Nov. 14 to determine the probable cause of a multivehicle collision at a signalized intersection that resulted in nine fatalities in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

On Jan. 29, 2022, a 2018 Dodge Challenger entered an intersection against a red traffic signal with a recorded speed of 103 mph, causing a multivehicle collision with five other vehicles. Seven occupants of a minivan and the Challenger’s driver and passenger died as a result of the crash.

During the meeting, NTSB board members will discuss safety issues related to this crash as well as new technology that can prevent excessive speed and repeat speeding offenders. The board will vote on the probable cause and findings related to the crash and issue any safety recommendations. 

Members of the public and the media can view the webcast of the meeting at http://ntsb.windrosemedia.com

Additional information is included in the public docket for the investigation​. The docket includes 479 pages of factual information such as reports, interview transcripts and other investigative materials.

WHAT: A virtual NTSB board meeting on the Jan. 29, 2022, fatal multivehicle collision near North Las Vegas, Nevada

WHO: NTSB investigative staff and board members

WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern time

HOW: A link to the webcast will be available shortly before the start of the meeting at http://ntsb.windrosemedia.com     

​NTSB Chair Jennifer Homendy will take questions from reporters during a media availability scheduled to start 30 minutes after the board meeting ends. Journalists wishing to participate should send an email to [email protected]. A link with instructions will be emailed.

To report an incident/accident or if you are a public safety agency, please call 1-844-373-9922 or 202-314-6290 to speak to a Watch Officer at the NTSB Response Operations Center (ROC) in Washington, DC (24/7).