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Several students injured in two separate accidents on the say day in Las Vegas

An estimated 65 students were on board two Clark County School District buses involved in separate collisions on Monday afternoon. North Las Vegas police said the first crash occurred at 3:34 p.m. in the area of Donna Street and Cold Harbor Drive. Forty-five students were on board a CCSD bus involved in a collision with a silver SUV. Police reported that none of the students were injured, and the SUV driver ”had complaints of minor injuries.”

Just 10 minutes later, another crash occurred between a CCSD bus and a silver pickup truck. That crash was reported at 3:44 p.m. on Civic Center Drive, just north of Lake Mead Boulevard. Twenty students were on board that bus, and none of them were injured, according to police. ”It was a relatively minor collision, and has since been cleared,” a North Las Vegas police spokesperson stated in an email to Channel 13.

No more information is available at this time.

Nov 24, 2023

According to a state report, 72 pedestrians and 14 bicyclists were killed on Clark County roads by the end of 2022.

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