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Spring Valley, NV – Injury Crash at Rainbow Blvd & Sunset Dr

Spring Valley, NV (July 18, 2020) – Emergency responders and officials from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) were called to the scene of a car accident. The crash occurred in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Nevada. According to local reports, the crash occurred on Friday afternoon, July 17. LVMPD officers were notified of the crash at around 1:28 p.m. 

At this time, the details currently available about the accident are limited. The crash occurred for unknown reasons at the corner of S. Rainbow Boulevard and W. Sunset Road. At least one person at the scene of the crash suffered injuries, according to LVMPD reports. The factors contributing to the collision have not yet been reported at this time. The identities of the injured parties are currently unknown. The number of injured parties at the scene has not been disclosed by local authorities. 

No further updates are currently available. An ongoing investigation into the accident is being handled by LVMPD. As the investigation continues, more information will be released. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Las Vegas Car Accidents

Spring Valley, NV - Injury Crash at Rainbow Blvd & Sunset DrCar crashes are unexpected events that can leave victims suffering from undue stress and frustration. Even the most careful of drivers are still at risk of being seriously injured in a vehicle collision. Las Vegas has an extremely high rate of car crashes compared to other cities. There are many factors that contribute to the high rate of collisions in the city. 

A recent report found that Las Vegas ranks 144 out of 200 cities for driver safety. The same study also found that drivers in the city are around 21% more likely to be involved in a car accident compared to the national average. Statistics also show that Las Vegas drivers are expected to be involved in a collision every eight years on average. After being injured in a crash, accident victims should contact a qualified Las Vegas personal injury attorney in order to discuss their options for pursuing legal compensation. 

Being injured in an accident of any kind can be a very frightening, confusing, and overwhelming time in a person’s life. That is why we have worked to compile the most pertinent information and invaluable resources to aid victims who have been injured in an accident that was caused by another person or entity’s careless, reckless, negligent, or deliberate actions. One of the local attorneys in your area has offered to provide you with a free copy of your police accident report. Contact us today to get your complimentary copy of your police incident report.

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