Minor Hospitalized after Pedestrian Accident near Christy Lane
LAS VEGAS, NV (November 28, 2022) – Monday afternoon, a juvenile sustained injuries in a pedestrian crash on Lake Mead Boulevard.
The incident occurred around 2:59 p.m., near the intersection of Christy Lane and Lake Mead Boulevard. Officers responded to the scene shortly after receiving multiple dispatch calls.
For reasons under investigation, the driver of a vehicle struck a juvenile in the area. First responders then took the injured pedestrian, whom police confirmed to be a juvenile, to UMC pediatric emergency in critical condition.
No further information is available at this time, however, an active investigation is still currently underway. Emergency crews closed off the surrounding area for a brief time during cleanup and preliminary duties before it was later reopened.
At this time, Las Vegas Officials are encouraging anyone with further information about the pedestrian crash on Lake Mead Boulevard to contact their offices. Once available, more details will be provided to the public.
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