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Woman Struck and Injured on Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard [Las Vegas, NV]

Woman Struck and Injured on Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard [Las Vegas, NV]

Woman Struck and Injured on Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard [Las Vegas, NV]

1 Hospitalized after Las Vegas Pedestrian Accident

 
LAS VEGAS, NV (August 13, 2019) – A woman sustained injuries after a car struck her before crashing into a business near Sahara Avenue on August 10.
 
Authorities came to the scene in a strip mall near Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard just after 6:00 p.m. The police revealed that a silver Toyota hit a woman before crashing into the front of the establishment.
 
Responders transported the injured woman to University Medical Center.
 
The Toyota driver seemed not to suffer from impairment. In addition, the establishment sustained moderate to major damage.
 
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