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Six month and other injured in multi vehicle accident in Las Vegas
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has reported that four individuals have been hospitalized in critical condition at Sunrise Hospital following a crash that occurred in the east valley. The incident was reported to have taken place at the intersection of South Nellis Boulevard and East Vegas Valley Drive at approximately 7:42 p.m. on Saturday.
Upon further investigation, officers have identified the driver of the vehicle involved in the crash as 36-year-old Tiffany Carter. She was reportedly attempting to flee from a prior non-injury hit-and-run collision that had occurred on Nellis Boulevard and Sahara Avenue, and was driving a Dodge Ram pickup truck at an excessive rate of speed when she collided with a Chrysler. The severity of the crash has resulted in all four occupants being rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
No more information is available at this time.
February 28, 2023
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