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5th Vegas Shooting Survivor Killed In Hit & Run

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Published on: November 28, 2017

The bodies are piling up among survivors of the Las Vegas shooting.  In less than 2 months, at least five survivors have died suddenly.

The latest is a victim of a hit and run.

Roy McClellan, 52, was killed when a Chevrolet Camaro ran into him and sped away in a hit and run.

KSNV reports:

The crash happened Nov. 17 on Homestead and Highway 160 in Pahrump.

Roy McClellan’s widow, Denise, was left with another wave of heartache.

“I’m angry. I’m angry. I feel that he was under the influence of something or drunk and didn’t want to get caught, so he bailed and left my husband laying there in the street. He doesn’t deserve that,” said Denise McClellan.

It’s the outcome McClellan could’ve never predicted. A driver plowed into her husband as he walked on the highway.

“I think if I could’ve done anything differently, he wouldn’t have been on that road,” said McClellan.

The Nevada Highway Patrol says it is seeking the driver of a Chevrolet Camaro with front-end damage.

Anyone with information is urged to contact NHP Trooper Albano at 702-432-5293, 702-486-4100 or to remain anonymous contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

GoFundMe to support McClellan’s family.

“Roy was a true friend and you know he always had your back in any situation,” the GoFundMe page states. “Lets please get him home and take the burden off his devastated family thank you.”

McClellan is the fifth survivor of the Vegas shooting to die in less than two months.

Twenty-eight-year-old Kymberley Suchomel died at her home from seizures just days after the shooting, which friends say became more intense after the shooting.  She also claimed there were multiple shooters.

Dennis and Lorraine Carver died in a fiery car explosion just a short distance from their house on October 16.

Danny Contreras was also found dead in October in his Las Vegas home.  He also claimed there were multiple shooters involved.

And still, we know more about the Texas church shooter than we do about the Vegas shooting.

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