Paradise, NV (July 22, 2020) – A crash in the Paradise area of Las Vegas left one person injured, according to reports from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Law enforcement officials and emergency responders were called to the scene of the collision at around 1:19 p.m. on Tuesday, July 21. The site of the crash was reportedly located at the intersection of E Flamingo Road and S Maryland Parkway.
At this time, few details on the crash have been made public. The factors contributing to the accident are still unknown. There were confirmed injuries at the scene of the crash. Local sources provided no details on the severity of the resulting injuries or the number of injured parties at the scene.
While emergency responders were present, the intersection was closed. Paramedics evaluated the conditions of the injured parties and provided medical aid. At this time, no hospitalizations have been confirmed. No further updates on the crash are currently available.
Local law enforcement officials are currently investigating the cause of the crash.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Reckless Driving Accidents in Nevada
Reckless driving is a common sight on the roads of Las Vegas. Statistics show that an estimated 90% of reported collisions are caused by driver error. When drivers fail to follow the rules of the road and practice safe driving habits, they are putting themselves and others at risk of being seriously injured in a vehicle collision.
An estimated 30% of reported crashes are caused by reckless driving in the United States each year. Reckless drivers are also involved in nearly one-third of deadly collisions, causing an estimated 13,000 fatal car accidents annually. Reckless driving can take many forms, but the most common form in Nevada is driver distraction, which has grown exponentially in recent years due to increased cellphone use. After being injured in a sudden accident, injured victims should pursue a personal injury claim with the help of a Las Vegas car accident lawyer in order to obtain due compensation.
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