This is a roundup of all breaking news stories from around the Las Vegas valley for June 7, 2017.
UPDATE: A witness says that an elderly man was parked in front of a nail salon when his gear shift got stuck while he was trying to reverse out of the parking spot. He ended up putting it in drive while he was hitting the gas pedal. Witnesses also say that a customer inside the salon was sent to the hospital, while the elderly man is okay.
Police are investigating after a vehicle crashed into a nail salon at 7785 North Durango Drive. The crash happened around 4:30 p.m. Injuries are unknown at this time.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue respond to house fire at 10834 Grassy Rock Court near West Alexander Road and Vegas Vista Trail. Fire, which was in living room, out in less than 10 minutes. No injuries reported. Cause unknown.
12: 47 P.M.
Fire breaks out on 300 block of Three Bars Court, near Gowan and Pecos Roads. MORE DETAILS
The Southern Nevada Health District’s Vector Surveillance Program has identified the first West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes of the season in the 89011, 89110, and 89146 ZIP codes.
The Clark County Fire Department responded to a report of a fire at 5986 Judson Avenue. The CCFD responded a “high” level structural fire response sending four engines, one truck, one rescue, and two battalion chiefs which included resources from Las Vegas Fire and Rescue and North Las Vegas Fire Department.
Upon arrival, personnel reported smoke and flame showing from a mobile home. Crews made an offensive attack and knocked the fire down in approximately 30 minutes.
The fire is under investigation.