Two of the three pedestrians suffered critical injuries and were transported to area hospitals for treatment
Two of three pedestrians struck by a vehicle Sunday in North Clark County suffered critical injuries and were transported to an area hospital for treatment.
On Sunday (June 26) at about 4:30 p.m., members of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, North Country EMS, and Clark County Fire responded to a vehicle versus multiple pedestrian collision in the 27500 Block of NE Lucia Falls Rd, near Moulton Falls Regional Park.
Initial evidence at the scene and witness statements suggest a white 1997 Chevrolet Blazer was traveling eastbound on NE Lucia Falls Rd. when it left the southern roadway edge and impacted three pedestrians who were walking eastbound on the shoulder of NE Lucia Falls Rd. Two of the three pedestrians suffered critical injuries and were transported to area hospitals for treatment.
Impairment was not suspected to be a factor in the collision. The Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit responded to the scene and will continue the investigation.
Members of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all the citizens who stopped and provided medical aid while waiting for emergency responders to arrive.
Names of the involved are not being released at this time.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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