LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is reporting a crash on U.S. 95 northbound at Indian Springs. Freeway all lanes blocked, use other routes. Expect delays
It appears that Interstate 15 south has reopened near Primm. However, there is a backup.
However, the scenic drive at Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area will remained closed for the remainder of the day.
It’s official, the #RedRockCanyon #ScenicDrive is closed for the rest of this snowy afternoon. Hopefully we can reopen tomorrow, but there may be a delay if there is ice and snow still on the drive in the morning. pic.twitter.com/LP7jMQXegt— Red Rock Canyon LV (@RedRockCynLV) January 25, 2021
Snow and ice have closed SB I-15 travel lanes in Mountain Pass between Primm and Baker.
— KTNV 13 Action News (@KTNV) January 25, 2021
NV Energy reporting more than 1,600 customers are currently without power in the Las Vegas valley, including more than 1,400 customers in the 89015 zip code. The estimated time for power to be restored is 1 p.m.
The Scenic Drive at Red Rock Canyon is closed until at least noon due to snow and unsafe conditions.
— Red Rock Canyon LV (@RedRockCynLV) January 25, 2021
Las Vegas Fire and Rescue were on the scene at Mount Charleston after a report of an injured hiker. The person was rescued using what LVFR called a rope rescue after helicopter support was not possible.
TOC: 10:16AM. Members of @LasVegasFD @ClarkCountyFD @LVMPD Search & Rescue rescued a hiker who was injured & could not walk, off a Mtn about 300 ft above ground. White out conditions prevented aerial support, rope rescue was executed. #PIO1NEWS #SnowEvent2021 pic.twitter.com/hQWhq2xAPC— Las Vegas FireRescue (@LasVegasFD) January 26, 2021
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