Two Injured in Rollover Accident on South McCarran Boulevard

RENO, NV (August 8, 2022) – Tuesday afternoon, two people were hospitalized following a rear-end crash on Caughlin Parkway.

The incident occurred around 3:45 p.m., near the intersection of South McCarran Boulevard and Caughlin Parkway on July 26th.

As per reports, one driver was heading south on McCarran and attempted to turn right when they were rear-ended by a Range Rover. The impact caused one vehicle to roll across the intersection before stopping in the corner.

Paramedics arrived and transported two individuals from the Rover to a local hospital with unspecified injuries.

Moreover, police said the occupants of the overturned vehicle did not sustain any injuries. At this time, police have withheld the injured victims’ names until their families were notified.

Currently, no further details regarding the rear-end crash on Caughlin Parkway have been released to the public. However, more information will be provided once made available.

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