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Traffic now appears to be moving very slowly on I-15 southbound near Jean. No other information available at this time.
According to Nevada DOT, I-15 southbound has now been closed because of the crash and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.
According to Nevada Highway Patrol, the crash involves a Ford Explorer and Mercedes. NHP says the Explorer rolled over and the driver was flown to UMC Trauma. No one in the Mercedes was transported to a hospital. It may be a couple of hours until the scene is cleared.
Ford Explorere and Mercedes, Explorer rolled over, critical, flown to UMC, no transports for Mercedes.
*UPDATE* Road Closed - I-15 southbound at Jean in Jean— Nevada DOT (@nevadadot) June 13, 2019
Due to a vehicle rollover; Please seek alternate routes https://t.co/xDLCLYbPwy
There is a rollover crash on Interstate 15 southbound near Jean. Only one lane is open at this time.
This morning's traffic report from Chopper 13.
#ProjectNeonLV closures planned for June 13 from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.:— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) June 12, 2019
* US 95 NB off-ramp to Martin L. King Blvd.
* I-15 NB & I-15 SB off-ramps to Martin L. King Blvd.
* Ramp from I-15 SB to US NB pic.twitter.com/QgFIcOfUGG
Headed out the door? Check the latest closures for Project Neon first! pic.twitter.com/MDMtHHVN5b— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) June 12, 2019
I-15 SB lane closures between Sahara Ave and Silverado Ranch start tonight and go through Thursday morning! #DTLV #VegasTraffic #ProjectNeonLV@CityOfLasVegas @RTCSNV @ClarkCountyNV @CNLV @cityofhenderson @summerlinlv @nevadadot @DTLVAlliance @PJE_NVTrucks pic.twitter.com/eZE3fjcxQh— Project Neon (@NDOTProjectNeon) June 9, 2019
TRAFFIC UPDATE: Thousands more bollards being installed on Las Vegas Blvd. Expect lane shifts and closures between Sahara and the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. pic.twitter.com/ZECQPxIMkt— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) May 28, 2019
Reconstruction of Eastern Ave. between Flamingo Rd. & Desert Inn Rd. begins 4/28 and continues for 6 months. Lane restrictions will be in place during day time and overnight work hours. For details, visit the @ClarkCountyNV website at https://t.co/o0y8leCv8L. #SeeingOrangeNV pic.twitter.com/XngN94CCf0— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) April 26, 2019
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