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Motorcyclist, pedestrian killed in crash at Eastern and Canosa

Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015|11:50 a.m.

. A motorcyclist struck a pedestrian early today at Eastern and Canosa opportunities, killing both, according to Metro Authorities.

Also according to police:

The 23-year-old Las Vegas motorcyclist, identified as David Ivan Ramey by the Clark County Coroner’s workplace, was riding a 2006 black Suzuki south on Eastern approaching Canosa at 12:32 a.m. and struck the pedestrian, who remained in his 40s as well as stayed in Las Vegas. Both were tossed to the roadway and suffered fatal injuries.

Ramey died from blunt-force injuries, according to the coroner’s workplace.

The pedestrian’s identity and cause of death are pending.

The fatalities are the 58th and 59th traffic-related deaths in Metro’s jurisdiction in 2015. The crash remains under examination.

3 Fresh & & Easy stores in eastern Las Vegas Valley are set to close

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A Fresh & & Easy market near South Decatur Boulevard and West Cactus Opportunity in Las Vegas on Monday, March 19, 2012.

Thursday, July 30, 2015|5:47 p.m.

Three more Fresh & & Easy grocery stores are failing in Las Vegas after failed efforts to enhance income.

The shops set up for closing are in the eastern valley at Nellis Boulevard and Desert Inn Road, Tropicana Opportunity and Nellis and Charleston Boulevard at Sloan Lane.

Company executives stated they are “working to place as numerous impacted staff members as possible in other stores.”

The Fresh & & Easy website reveals 17 shops in the Las Vegas area, leaving 14 after the closures.

In March, Fresh & & Easy announced the closure of about 50 shops in California, Arizona and Nevada. 2 stores in the Las Vegas area were sold or closed: one at Tropicana and Jones Boulevard and one at Centennial Parkway and Simmons Street in North Las Vegas.

Los Angeles-based The Yucaipa Cos. bought the chain from bankruptcy in 2013 from British merchant Tesco.

Since that time, the business gradually changed the shops’ appearance and presented a new “click and collect” service in Las Vegas that permits consumers to buy online and get the acquired products at the shop.