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Truck hits 4 vehicles and bursts into flames in Las Vegas, NV


Nevada state police confirmed a multi-car accident occurred in Las Vegas on the Southbound side of the I15 on Tuesday November 22nd. Apparently a semi-truck failed to stop and struck 4 vehicles before it came to a halt and caught fire. It seems the driver of the truck suffered a medical condition at the time of the incident causing what happened. The driver was pulled from the burning vehicle and thankfully only one person seems to have been injured in this accident. Police are still investigating the sequence of events.

No more information is available at this time.

November 23, 2022



According to recent stats, fatal truck collisions accounted for nearly 8% of traffic deaths, and a much greater portion of injuries than other vehicles in Nevada.

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