Las Vegas police are looking for a man who fled the scene after hitting 2 vehicles and a motorcycle early Thursday morning.
It started shortly before 5:30 a.m. in Chinatown. Police say that a car was traveling east on Spring Mountain Road when it made a right hand turn onto Wynn Road.
The car making the turn clipped another car on Wynn but did not stop. The original car then hit a motorcycle with two riders, a man and a woman, from behind.
After hitting the motorcycle, the car crashed through a wall and hit another vehicle. The driver then jumped out of the car and took off.
A witness to the crash attempted to chase the driver but was unable to catch him.
The motorcyclist and passenger were transported to an area hospital. The man might lose his leg.
Police are looking for the driver that fled the scene. He is described as a Hispanic male wearing a black hoodie. Anyone with information about the hit-and-run driver is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Officer Jesse Roybal said a child of about 4 years old was hit by a moped about 3:15 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Pecos Road.
The child was hospitalized with minor injuries, police said.
Police said it appears to have been a hit-and-run crash.
Three people were injured this afternoon after a vehicle rolled off the road in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Metro says the accident was reported just before 12:30 p.m. near High Point Overlook. The vehicle fell about 40 to 50 feet. One victim was transported by air and two by ground to UMC Trauma.
Two people were critically injured in a crash west of the Las Vegas Strip on the Harmon Avenue overpass.
Las Vegas Metro police reported a two-vehicle wreck on the overpass just east of Frank Sinatra Drive just after 2:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Police said a driver of a westbound Toyota Camry was attempting to make a lane change when she struck the right side of a BMW that was also heading in the same direction. The collision caused the BMW to hit a median, veer into the eastbound lanes and slam into a concrete barrier.
A man and woman inside the BMW were taken to University Medical Center with critical injuries. Police said the 35-year-old driver of the BMW, who sustained serious injuries, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
The driver of the Toyota was not injured. An investigation into the wreck was ongoing.
A wreck involving two motorcycles caused all northbound lanes of Interstate 15 near Charleston Boulevard to shut down.
Trooper Jeremie Elliot of Nevada Highway Patrol reported the crash about 5:45 a.m. Monday
At least one person was seriously injured as a result, Elliott said.
The incident caused all northbound lanes to shut down at the height of the morning traffic rush. Traffic appeared to be moving normally by about 8:30 a.m.
Metro police are investigating an accident involving a police van.
At around 10 a.m. Sunday, an officer was traveling southbound on Rampart Blvd., north of Cheyenne Ave. According to Metro, the unit was unmarked, but did have its red and blue emergency sirens on.
As the Metro van went into the intersection and crossed over eastbound Cheyenne Ave., it hit a Hummer on the driver’s side. The Hummer spun and hit a Ford F-150 pick-up truck.
The drivers of the Hummer and the Ford F-150 were taken to Mountain View Hospital with minor injuries. The Metro officer was not hurt.
Metro’s fatal detail shut down the intersection to investigate since the crash involved an officer. It was closed for about four hours, but has since reopened.
Metro Police is investigating a fatal accident near Fort Apache and West Cheyenne.
It happened just before noon Saturday.
Police say a white Sedan was going eastbound on Cheyenne, when a motorcyclist entering the intersection from Fort Apache, struck a center divider, into traffic and was struck by the vehicle driven by a 16-year old.
The 19-year old driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene. No word on whether or not he was wearing a helmet at time.
Metro says Amor All, or a wheel protectant on the bike could have played a part in the accident.
This is the 16th fatal crash in their jurisdiction so far this year.
The grocery store where 26 people were injured after a driver crashed into it is back open for business.
The Food 4 Less at Eastern Avenue and Sahara Avenue opened its doors to customers at approximately 10 a.m. Sunday.
Metro Police say the driver, an elderly female, lost control of her vehicle in the parking lot of the store. The vehicle, which was carrying a camper, crashed into the front of the store. It finally came to a rest near the frozen food aisles in the rear of the supermarket.
Police say nine of the people injured were taken to the hospital. Another 17 were treated at the store. Two of the injured were children. None of the injuries appear to be life-threatening.
Officers do not yet know what caused the woman to lose control of her vehicle.
A teen was killed shortly before noon Saturday after crashing his moped.
It happened around 11:51 a.m. near Fort Apache Road and Cheyenne Avenue.
Police say 19-year-old Keilan Jordan Coakley was on a moped was traveling south bound on Fort Apache approaching Cheyenne. He misjudged the corner and crashed.
Coakley was then struck by a vehicle going eastbound on Cheyenne. He was pronounced dead on the scene.
There were no other reported injuries.
A 14-year-old was killed Thursday after a collision between a BMX bike and car on State Route 165, near Nelson’s Landing.
Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Loy Hixson said the crash happened around 2:25 p.m. Nelson’s Landing is about 30 miles south of Boulder City.