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Fort Mohave man dies in go-cart collision

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BULLHEAD CITY, AZ (AP) -

A man died and another man was critically injured after the go-cart they were traveling in collided with an SUV in the Mohave Valley community of Fort Mohave.

The Mohave Valley Daily News reports that 27-year-old Clinton Wilson of Fort Mohave was transported to a Nevada hospital after Thursday's collision and later died as a result of his injuries.

Wilson's 27-year-old passenger was brought to a Las Vegas hospital to be treated for internal injuries and critical injuries to his head.

Authorities who are investigating the collision say the go-cart driven by Wilson failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with the SUV as it crossed the intersection.

The SUV's driver wasn't injured.

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