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'Street Outlaws' Star Ryan Fellows Dies in Crash While Filming Discovery Show

Ryan Fellows, a star on Discovery's hit series Street Outlaws: Fastest in America, has died. Fellows was killed in a car accident during filming of the popular racing series in Nevada on Sunday, Aug. 7. His death was confirmed to TMZ by Discovery, who shared in a statement, "The Street Outlaws family is heartbroken by the accident that led to the tragic death of Ryan Fellows. We extend our deepest sympathy to Ryan's loved ones as they process this sudden and devastating loss." Fellows was 41.
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'Street Outlaws' Star Ryan Fellows Killed in Crash During Show Filming

"Street Outlaws: Fastest in America" star Ryan Fellows was killed in a car accident during filming for the popular Discovery show, TMZ has learned. A source connected to the show tells us the crash happened just outside Las Vegas early Sunday morning. Ryan was racing another driver in what was the 8th out of 9 races scheduled for the night for the show.
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NTSB: 2 aircraft crashed approaching same Vegas-area runway

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two single-engine aircraft banked from opposite directions toward the same runway in North Las Vegas last month, before crashing and killing all four people aboard, a preliminary report by federal crash investigators showed Friday. A National Transportation Safety Board diagram of the July 17 crash clearly shows the paths of a Piper PA-46 from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, with two people aboard ,and a Cessna 172 with an instructor and student pilot, come together at North Las Vegas Airport. The Clark County coroner found the two people on the Piper — Donald Stuart Goldberg, 82, and Carol Ann Scanlon, 76 — died of trauma injuries before their aircraft wreckage burned. Their deaths were ruled accidental. Rulings on the causes of deaths are pending for Cessna student pilot Zachary Rainey, 46, of North Las Vegas, and instructor Anthony Chiaramonti, 40, of Las Vegas.
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Las Vegas leads North America tourism recovery

Tourism in North America continues to recover apace, with hospitality capital Las Vegas leading the way. The Nevada city enjoyed the busiest month in history in June, with record air arrivals into Harry Reid International Airport. The airport saw a total of 4,683,156 passengers, a 23 per cent increase from...
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Josh McDaniels Reveals If Raiders Will Trade Josh Jacobs

Rumors began to swirl after the Raiders started running back Josh Jacobs and fed him the ball in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game. The team declined to pick up Jacobs' fifth-year option, sparking speculation that Las Vegas was trying to showcase the former Pro Bowl back to potential trade partners.
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The Vegas Restaurant Bacon Lovers Need To Know About

Few foods summon the drool response quicker that a sizzling pan of bacon. Why do salivary glands react so quickly to these strands of pork? Apparently, this is due to two significant bacon traits. The Telegraph explains that the first is the "Maillard Reaction," a chemical response to heat that causes the release of "aroma compounds," in this case the "hydrocarbons and aldehydes" that are responsible for bacon's tempting trademark scent. The second is bacon's generous amount of nitrates, particularly in the fat. During cooking, it "deepens the meaty smell as it disintegrates." It's all very scientific, but the end result is a glorious aroma that makes you slobber.
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Fourth Set Of Human Remains Found In Nevada's Shrinking Lake Mead

A fourth human body has been found in Nevada’s Lake Mead as water levels at the nation’s largest reservoir continue to drop to historic lows. The latest skeletal remains were found Saturday at Swim Beach around 11:15 a.m. They are being examined by the Clark County Coroner’s Office to determine a cause of death, the National Park Service said in a release.
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‘Street Outlaws: Fastest In America’ Star Ryan Fellows Dies In Fiery Crash While Filming

Click here to read the full article. Street Outlaws: Fastest In America star Ryan Fellows has died in a fiery crash while filming the Discovery show, Deadline has confirmed. Fellows was racing another driver early Sunday morning outside Las Vegas in a scheduled race for the night of the show when he lost control near the finish line, TMZ reports citing a source. The vehicle, a gold Nissan 240z, rolled over and caught fire. Onlookers tried to pull Fellows out of the burning car, but were unsuccessful. You can watch a preview clip of the episode below. “The Street Outlaws family is heartbroken by the accident that led to the tragic death of Ryan Fellows,” a Discovery spokesperson said in a statement to Deadline. “We extend our deepest sympathy to Ryan’s loved ones as they process this sudden and devastating loss.” More from DeadlineRoger E. Mosley Dies: 'Magnum P.I.' Actor And Film/TV Veteran Was 83Hollywood & Media Deaths 2022: A Photo GalleryMichael Clancy, Costume Designer For 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' & 'Ray Donovan,' DiesBest of DeadlineHollywood & Media Deaths 2022: A Photo Gallery2022-23 Awards Season Calendar - Dates For The Oscars, Emmys, Grammys, Guilds, Festivals & MoreOscars 2023 Telecast And Nomination Dates Set
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