Juvenile Hospitalized in Auto-Pedestrian Accident on Siena Heights Drive
LAS VEGAS, NV (September 12, 2022) – Tuesday afternoon, a pedestrian crash on Coronado Center Drive left one juvenile hospitalized.
The accident happened on August 9th, at around 3:15 p.m., along Coronado Center Drive and Siena Heights Drive.
According to the Nevada State Patrol, officers responded to a report of a collision between a vehicle and a juvenile pedestrian.
Responding medics arrived at the site of the crash and took the 9-year-old victim to University Medical Center in critical condition. At this time, authorities have not released the identity of the victim. Additionally, the identities of those involved in the crash have also not been made public.
Las Vegas police officials continue to investigate the pedestrian accident on Coronado Center Drive and will release additional information once it becomes available. Those with further information regarding the accident are encouraged to contact local authorities as soon as possible.
When driving, it is vital always to be alert for nearby pedestrians and other vehicles. This is especially true when going through a residential area, an intersection, or a parking lot. Also, always drive within the posted speed limit. These are set and enforced to reduce accidents and save lives. Avoid accidents by following traffic laws and being cautious of the road ahead. Such actions can also ensure the safety of everyone.
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