Man Hurt in Pedestrian Crash on Rainbow Boulevard

LAS VEGAS, NV (September 14, 2022) – Friday morning, Kaylah Taylor was involved in a pedestrian accident on Flamingo Road.

The incident happened around 8:40 a.m., near Rainbow Boulevard on August 12th.

Officers say a man was crossing Flamingo Road from south to north outside of a marked crosswalk, just west of South Rainbow Boulevard. There, the female driver of a 2008 Toyota Corolla struck the male pedestrian.

Responding paramedics then rushed the pedestrian to UMC for further treatment of serious injuries. Although, authorities have not yet released his identity.

Meanwhile, 26-year-old Kaylah Taylor remained at the scene and cooperated with the investigation. Officers later ruled out impairment as a potential factor.

At this time, an active investigation to determine further information is still currently underway. Once available, more details will be provided.

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