Police called to four-vehicle crash on Las Vegas Boulevard
Four vehicles were involved in a messy crash in Las Vegas on Sunday afternoon.Photo: Video by ktnv.com
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Four vehicles were involved in a messy crash in Las Vegas on Sunday afternoon.
It happened around 12:45 p.m. on South Las Vegas Boulevard, just south of City Center Place.
Police said a 2001 Lincoln Navigator, towing an empty boat trailer, was traveling north on Las Vegas Boulevard in the center travel lane, approaching the City Center Place intersection.
A 2012 Ford Escape was traveling in front of the Lincoln and a 2001 GMC Canyon was in front of the Ford Escape.
A 2009 Pontiac G6 was traveling to the right of the Ford Escape.
The vehicles were approaching the intersection with a green traffic signal.
The Lincoln Navigator impacted the rear of the Ford Escape, pushing it forward.
The Ford Escape impacted the rear of the GMC Canyon. The Lincoln then veered to the right and the front of the vehicle impacted the Pontiac.
All of the vehicles came to a stop.
The operator of the Lincoln exited the vehicle and left the scene on foot, and did not assist any of the others involved. He was described by witnesses as an adult, white male.
The driver of the Ford, the operator of the GMC and a passenger in the GMC were transported to Sunrise Hospital with injuries.
Anyone with information about this crash is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.