One Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Lamb Boulevard and Berkley Avenue [Las Vegas, NV]

One Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Lamb Boulevard and Berkley Avenue [Las Vegas, NV]

One Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Lamb Boulevard and Berkley Avenue [Las Vegas, NV]

1 Hospitalized in Las Vegas Multi-Vehicle Accident

 
LAS VEGAS, NV (May 24, 2019) – One person sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle crash on Lamb Boulevard on May 21.
 
According to Las Vegas Metropolitan police, one driver collided into five different vehicles in the east valley.
 
Authorities came to the scene around 5:27 a.m., Las Vegas police Lt. William Matchko revealed. The incident occurred on North Lamb Boulevard and Berkley Avenue, near Stewart Avenue.
 
The Nissan driver hit a Hyundai at Lamb and Berkley. He then drove into a yard, crashed with another four vehicles, and knocked down a utility pole.
 
The Nissan escaped the scene but authorities located it. Meanwhile, the Nissan occupants escaped on foot.
 
As a result, the Hyundai driver sustained non-life threatening injuries. Medics transported the injured to a hospital for treatment.
 
Multi-car crashes can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. One small driving mistake can lead to disastrous results. That is why it is important to drive defensively and always abide by all driving laws. This way, you can ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles, motorists, and pedestrians.


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