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3 Injured in crash along Rancho in Las Vegas
On Wednesday afternoon, a two-car crash on Rancho Drive near Washington Avenue left three individuals injured. At 1:15 p.m. on January 25th, the vehicles collided under unknown circumstances, with one of them striking a pole. First responders quickly arrived at the scene and extricated two people trapped in one of the cars before transporting all three to UMC with unspecified injuries. Subsequently, the police temporarily closed the area to allow for cleaning and preliminary operations, but have since reopened it to the public. The Las Vegas police department is currently conducting an investigation into the cause of the crash and will provide updates when available.
No more information is available at this time.
February 17, 2023
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