Friday, June 2, 2017 | 10:42 a.m.
AMARGOSA VALLEY — Authorities have identified a 59-year-old man who after he was injured in off-road vehicle crash last weekend at a popular sand dune on public land in southern Nevada.
The Nye County sheriff's office said Friday that Steven William Lewis of North Las Vegas wasn't wearing a helmet and when he crashed May 28 at Amargosa Sand Dunes.
Sheriff's spokesman Arnold Knightly says autopsy results are pending.
Witnesses told sheriff's deputies that Lewis was thrown from a vehicle on a sand dune at the recreation area off U.S. Route 95 about 100 miles (161 kilometers) northwest of Las Vegas.
The sand hill is also known as Big Dune. It features a 300-foot (91-meter) crest.