Police Officer Injured in Motorcycle Crash on South Eastern Avenue, Motorcyclist at Large [Las Vegas, NV]

Police Officer Injured in Motorcycle Crash on South Eastern Avenue, Motorcyclist at Large [Las Vegas, NV]

Police Officer Injured in Motorcycle Crash on South Eastern Avenue, Motorcyclist at Large [Las Vegas, NV]


 

Motorcyclist Flees After Injuring Las Vegas Police Officer in Motorcycle Crash on South Eastern Avenue

 
Las Vegas, NV (July 9, 2020)– A motorcycle crash on South Eastern Avenue left one police officer injured while the suspect is still at large.
 
The crash took place on July 7 at the 2100 block of Houston Drive, near South Eastern Avenue and East Charleston Boulevard.
 
Las Vegas police Lt. David Gordon said the incident started when an officer tried to stop a motorcyclist around 9:52 a.m.
 
According to Gordon, the motorcyclist, a Cadillac rider attempted to run the officer over during a traffic stop. As a result, the officer sustained injuries around his knees or legs while trying to step out of the way.
 
The officer was not brought to the hospital.
 
Furthermore, the motorcyclist drove a short distance before he got out of his vehicle. He then fled on the 2300 block of Clifford Avenue.
 
A K-9 unit and a helicopter helped out in the search but as of the moment, the suspect is still at large.
 
Therefore, the investigation remains on-going.
 
When driving, it is crucial to always abide by all the driving laws to prevent road accidents. By doing so, you can make the road safer for other motorists as well as pedestrians on the road.


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