1 Hurt in Las Vegas Crash near Boulder Highway and Flamingo Road
LAS VEGAS, NV (November 10, 2020) – Monday morning, a juvenile suffered injuries in an accident near Boulder Highway and Flamingo Road.
The hit-and-run crash occurred around 10:50 a.m. near Boulder Highway and Flamingo Road. Meanwhile, the police confirmed that the crash involved two vehicles.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer Larry Hadfield revealed that a juvenile suffered non-life-threatening injuries in an accident. Then, responders took the patient to Sunrise Hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile, Hadfield revealed that the other vehicle’s driver escaped on foot. At this time, the authorities haven’t made any arrest in the area.
Also, the authorities shut down eastbound Flamingo Road from Sheppard Drive to Boulder Highway.
Furthermore, the police advised motorists to avoid the area.
There can indeed be several distractions on the road. That is why you need to constantly scan your surroundings for other motorists and any possibly dangerous circumstances.
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