A 36-year-old girl was in vital situation following a crash Friday evening within the southeast Las Vegas Valley, police stated.
Officers have been known as about 8:10 p.m. to Windmill Lane and Carob Means, simply west of Maryland Parkway, in line with a information launch from the Metropolitan Police Division. The crash occurred when the lady, driving a 2003 Lexus ES on eastbound Windmill, veered off the highway and struck a brick retaining wall.
The Lexus then struck a 2017 Dodge Charger that was additionally eastbound. Within the crash, giant items of the wall have been “thrown all through the scene,” additionally placing a 2011 Mercedes Benz ML350, police stated.
The girl driving the Lexus was not carrying a seat belt, and he or she was thrown into the highway, Metro stated. “Witnesses instantly ran” to assist the lady.
She was taken to Dawn Hospital & Medical Heart, the place she was in vital situation early Saturday, police stated.
The 39-year-old man driving the Dodge and a 29-year-old girl within the automotive suffered minor accidents. The 41-year-old girl driving the Mercedes Benz was not injured.
The Dodge and Mercedes Benz drivers remained on scene and didn’t seem like impaired, Metro stated. The crash remained beneath investigation Saturday.
Contact Katelyn Newberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 702-383-0240. Comply with @k_newberg on Twitter.
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