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Metro Officer Involved in Two-Vehicle Crash

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LAS VEGAS -- Metro Police responded to a two-vehicle crash that involved a Metro officer on Coran Lane and North Rancho Drive shortly after 6 30p.m.

Investigators said the officer was transporting a grand larceny suspect to the local jail and was struck by another vehicle in the intersection of North Rancho Drive.

The officer and the other driver sustained no serious injuries and were treated on scene by medical personnel.

It is believed that failing to yield the right-of-way caused the crash according to Metro Police. 

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