The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.
Clark County Fire Department responded to a mobile home fire in the 6000 block of Castlemont Avenue, near Carey Avenue and Mt. Hood Street. The fire remains under investigation and three adults and two children were displaced.
A single-engine Flight Design CTLS crashed under unknown circumstances one mile short of Runway 33 at the Boulder City Airport while on approach around 4 p.m.
There were two people on board with one suffering non-life threatening injuries.
The FAA and NTSB are investigating.
BC Police and Fire on scene of small plane down south of Airport. One person being transported with non-life-threatening injuries. pic.twitter.com/X9y1466ixD— CityofBoulderCityNV (@BoulderCityNev) May 7, 2019
Firefighters responded to a 2-alarm fire at a downtown Las Vegas apartment complex located near Stewart Avenue and 11th Street.
The wind became a factor in the fire, according to officials, with about 65 firefighters responding.
The flames were contained to one apartment, but about 100 people were affected by the fire with no immediate severe injuries reported.
3:55PM UPDATE: KNOCKDOWN on fire, fire confined to original fire apt, no extension, a few people being checked for smoke inhalation, situation under control, cause U/I, crews checking for hot spots. #PIO1NEWS https://t.co/afheC7MzIc— Las Vegas FireRescue (@LasVegasFD) May 7, 2019
UPDATE 5:48 A.M.: The crash on I-15 northbound near Primm has been cleared. Authorities still say to expect delays and/or seek alternate routes.
A crash on I-15 NB at 7mm has caused road closures near Primm. This is a live look from a traffic camera in the area (no sound). It looks like crews are responding to a fire.
An empty building caught fire near Mountain Vista Street and Vegas Valley Drive around 2 a.m. Authorities believe squatters may be to blame. No one was hurt in the incident but two units were damaged.
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