Collision on US 95 Involving Emergency Vehicle Left 1 Injured
LAS VEGAS, NV (September 7, 2021) – At least one person suffered injuries Friday after a vehicle collision on US 95 in Las Vegas.
The incident took place at US 95 before Rancho Drive on Friday morning, September 3.
According to reports, an unspecified vehicle, for unknown reasons, spun out of control and hit an emergency vehicle on the highway.
Responding officers located one person with unspecified injuries, fortunately no additional injuries were reported.
The officers closed down the surrounding area on the highway during cleanup and preliminary duties. Although, the road has since reopened to traffic.
At this time, no further information has been released.
Meanwhile, the collision on US 95 is still under active investigation.
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