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Las Vegas breaking news for October 10, 2018

Posted: 5:24 AM, Oct 10, 2018
Updated: 2018-10-11 10:23:17Z

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for October 10, 2018.

4:30 P.M.

Las Vegas police released new details about the crash near Lake Mead and Sun City boulevards. Police said a Toyota 4Runner turned left at the intersection and into the path of a Dodge Charger traveling west on Lake Mead Boulevard. The Dodge's front hit the Toyota's front and the Dodge then traveled off the road and hit a traffic signal light pole. The driver of the Dodge, a 78-year-old man, was transported to UMC Trauma where he died of his injuries. The driver of the Toyota remained on scene and did not show signs of impairment. 

12:15 P.M.

Las Vegas police said a person in a black sedan was killed in the crash near Lake Mead and Sun City boulevards, not far from Anasazi Drive. According to police, an SUV was making a left turn but it is not yet clear who had the right of way. 

11:25 A.M.

Police are asking people to stay away from the area of Lake Mead Boulevard and Anasazi Drive near Sun City Summerlin because of a fatal crash. Police said the crash was reported at 8:55 a.m. 

8 A.M.

There is police activity near Blue Diamond Road and Rainbow Boulevard. Las Vegas police confirmed it was a shooting involving at least one officer. READ MORE

Interactive Map: Shootings involving Las Vegas valley officers in 2018

1:43 A.M.

Police respond to report of shot fired at assisted living facility in 3200 block of Fort Apache. Police say that a man either accidentally fired the shot or fired it because he thought there was an intruder. No injuries reported. 

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