I-15 Lanes Reopen After Rollover Crash - 8 News NOW

I-15 Lanes Reopen After Rollover Crash

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LAS VEGAS -- The southbound and northbound lanes of I-15 have reopened to traffic at Lamb Boulevard following a rollover crash around 10 a.m. involving a mini-van.

According to Nevada Highway Patrol, the mini-van was traveling in the northbound lanes when it flipped and rolled over onto the southbound lanes. The male driver and a toddler, who was in an unsecured car seat, were ejected. The driver is in critical condition and the toddler suffered minor injuries. Both were transported to University Medical Center.

The crash is under investigation.

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