This is a roundup of all the breaking news in the Las Vegas valley for July 3, 2017.
UPDATE: Police say the person who was hit after a vehicle drove into a music store has died. The Clark County coroner will identify the deceased after relatives have been notified.
Henderson police said a person is in critical condition after being struck by a car inside the Anthem Hills Music Store, near Eastern Avenue and Horizon Ridge Parkway. Police said that someone accidentally drove into the store. The driver of the the vehicle was not injured while the person hit was transported to a local hospital.
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Clark County Fire Department responds to fire at 4755 E. Imperial Ave. near East Wyoming Avenue and South Frank Street. Smoke and flames were showing upon arrival. Fire was knocked down by 5:08 a.m. Cause is under investigation.
Clark County Fire Department responds to a report of a fire at 3666 Haverhill Street, near Pecos and Desert Inn roads.
Upon arrival, personnel reported smoke and flame showing from a vehicle in front of a home. Flames were extending to the garage and threatening the rest of the house. Crews made an offensive attack and knocked the fire down at a reported time of 3:16 a.m.
Firefighters were able to keep the fire confined to the garage and prevent extension of the fire to the rest of the structure.
The fire is under investigation and no injuries were reported.
Las Vegas police officers responded to a call of a child not breathing in a bathtub at a home on the 7900 block of Quail Cap Street, near Grand Teton Drive and Cimarron Road.
The 1-year-old boy was taken to UMC Pediatrics. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Abuse and Neglect Division are investigating the incident.
Police were at an intersection near Lamb Boulevard and Carey Avenue when unexpectedly a vehicle crashed into their patrol car and sped off.
The police were able to pull the man over and administer a field sobriety test. The driver was then taken into custody.
An officer was transported to the hospital to be checked out, but there are no major injuries reported.