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SUV strikes plane on i95 in Las Vegas, NV
On January 7th, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has confirmed that a SUV collided with a small plane during an emergency landing. According to a report, the two-seater plane had experienced mechanical issues and was forced to make an emergency landing on the highway. While the plane sat on the left shoulder of the highway, the SUV struck its wing. As a result of the crash, emergency crews had to transport three people to the hospital as a precaution and thankfully, the victims injuries were not life-threatening.
As of now, no further information is available regarding the incident.
January 11, 2023
An average of 30 people die daily due to speeding, and in 2022, over 11k traffic deaths were attributed to it. Speeding was a factor in 29 percent of all deaths on Nevada roads.
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