LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.
Officers were called to a fatal crash near the intersection of Nellis Boulevard and Sahara Avenue. Three pedestrians were involved in the collision as a car crashed into a bus stop. One of the pedestrians was killed in the crash and impairment was suspected of the driver with an on-going investigation, according to police.
Las Vegas Fire and Rescue crews responded to an arcade machine fire inside the STRAT hotel-casino. Fire officers report an automatic sprinkle extinguished the fire without extension or any injuries. The cause remains under investigation.
Las Vegas police responded to a home invasion in the 7200 block of Trading Post Lane, near Washington Avenue and Tenaya Way. Officers were able to evacuate the family home but SWAT was called as a barricade situation ensued with the suspects remaining in the residence. Road closures were in place at the scene while this was an active situation.
Henderson police are at the scene of a crash involving a 15-year-old pedestrian at Olympic Avenue and Green Valley Parkway. Road closures were in place at the scene of the collision. READ MORE
Henderson Police are investigating an auto vs pedestrian accident at Green Valley Pkwy & Olympic.— Henderson Police (@HendersonNVPD) March 8, 2019
Eastbound Olympic from Green Valley Pkwy will be closed for approximately 4 hours.
Please avoid the area. pic.twitter.com/ofFrRMdkgJ
The Clark County Fire Department responded to structure fire at 3760 E. Sunset Rd. The building was previously a K-Mart and currently unoccupied. Multiple crews were able to extinguish the flames on the roof, and no injuries were reported.
Las Vegas police say Quiana Farrow is the woman suspected of stabbing 2 people on an RTC bus March 7 near Sahara Avenue and Paradise Road. The people suffered non-life threatening injuries. Farrow was taken into custody at the scene.
The following video is video of the scene on March 7.
2 people were displaced after a fire at the Oasis Emerald Apartments near Nellis Boulevard and Stewart Avenue around 3:25 a.m., according to authorities. The cause of the fire is under investigation and firefighters say it was contained to one affected apartment, There were no reported injuries during the incident.
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