Adrian Mojica, Bonanza High School student died in a car accident

Adrian Mojica

Adrian Mojica Death – Adrian Mojica , a senior at Bonanza High School passed away following a motor vehicle Friday, night. The Bonanza Junior/Senior High School has released an official statement confirming the death of Mojica. According to he statement, the school will pen up the Showcase room at Bonanza Junior/Senior High from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 30, so students, staff, and families can gather and support each other.

The District Office will provide a Crisis Team at Bonanza on Monday, May 1 to help students and staff throughout the day. Even though this may be a difficult day, we encourage all students to come to school on Monday so they can process this event with their peers and teachers with the help of professional support. If you have any further questions please contact our district crisis team lead Stacey Ramirez at 541-281-8202 or via email at ramirezs@kcsd.k12.or.us.Francesca

Perez Ramirez wrote on Facebook that many have been asking how to donate if they are wanting to donate the family will be taking donations through Zelle. ZELLE – Maria Mojica ( 541 ) 892-6820

Adrian Mojica Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

REALTED ARTICLE: 3 transported after 6-vehicle crash at Lamb, Bonanza in east valley

An accident that occurred in the east Las Vegas valley on Wednesday morning resulted in the transport of three people to a nearby hospital, according to an update provided by the police. According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, the collision was reported a few minutes before 5 o’clock in the morning at the junction of Lamb Boulevard and Bonanza Road.

According to the police, there were a total of six automobiles involved, and three persons were transported. According to Lieutenant David Gordon, there was one victim who sustained major injuries, but those injuries are not believed to be life-threatening at this time. During the time that the police investigation is taking place, the surrounding roads and lanes have been closed off.

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