3-Year-Old Girl Critically Hurt in Collision near Martin Luther King Boulevard in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV (November 9, 2021) – A hit-and-run crash on Doolittle Street left a toddler injured Sunday evening, October 31.

Authorities received the report about the hit-and-run crash around 8:30 p.m. Emergency crews responded to the scene shortly after.

The collision happened on Doolittle street near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Lake Mead Boulevard, as per the investigation.

According to the investigation, a white van struck the girl crossing along Doolittle Street. Afterwards, the van turned westbound on Doolittle street and fled the scene.

As stated by police, the child was taken to the Sunrise Hospital in critical condition but now expected to be in a stable condition.

The hit-and-run crash is still under active investigation.

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