Motorcyclist in critical condition after non-contact hit-and-run crash in central Valley

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A motorcyclist is in critical condition after a non-contact hit-and-run crash in the central Valley.

The injury crash involving a motorcycle and Hummer happened around 2:30 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Arville Street.

Metro says evidence indicated the 2012 Harley-Davidson was traveling westbound on Charleston when the Hummer exited a private driveway right on the north side of the Boulevard. The accident report notes the motorcyclist swerved to the right, traveled off the north side of the street and hit a light pole. The rider was ejected.

According to police, the non-contact vehicle did not stay on scene, and the motorcyclist was transported to UMC Trauma with critical injuries.

The driver of the vehicle was later located and is cooperating with responding detectives.

Due to the non-contact manner of the crash, the cause and any criminal charges will be determined pending the investigation outcome.

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