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UPDATE: One person is in very critical condition, and several other people were transported to the hospital after a multi-vehicle crash on Durango Drive and Elkhorn Road. Police say most were minor injuries.
During the investigation, police feared a small child may be among the injured, after finding a booster seat in the car that was hit by the van. Police were able to confirm that child had been dropped off at school, moments before that crash.
Police say the driver they believe is responsible for the crash, may have had a medical issue or episode when it happened. They are working with doctors to get more details. That driver has also been tested for impairment.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- Police say 8 cars were involved in a crash at Durango Drive and Elkhorn Road Wednesday morning.
At least 7 cars involved in a terrible accident, Elkhorn and Durango near the 95. One vehicle completely on top of another one. Roads closed pic.twitter.com/do1CB9ksJF— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) January 11, 2017
Las Vegas police say at least one person was critically injured. Drivers are advised to avoid the area.
13 Action News has a crew at the scene. More information to come.
UPDATE: so terrifying, white van on top of this grey car, looks like during impact it just smashed the car like an accordion pic.twitter.com/D5ADHD41WZ— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) January 11, 2017
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