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Pedestrian struck during car accident and taken to hospital in Las Vegas
Monday night, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reported that a pedestrian had been taken to a hospital after a crash on Jones and Charleston boulevards. The condition of the pedestrian was unknown. The driver of the sedan involved in the crash stayed on the scene, allowing LVMPD traffic units to take over the investigation. Police were unable to determine the factors of the crash at that time. As a result, westbound traffic on both boulevards had been closed.
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