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Las Vegas officers injured after vehicles collide in downtown

A pair of Las Vegas police automobiles collided Monday morning, police said.

Authorities said no other vehicles were involved in the crash, which occurred around 4:30 a.m. at the intersection of South Main Street and East Bonneville Avenue.

Both drivers were taken to a hospital and their injuries appeared to be minor, according to Luis Vidal, a Metropolitan Police Department spokesperson.

Vidal said police were investigating what led to the crash.

Metro automobiles have been involved in 244 collisions in 2024 as of June 14, according to a department report. Police were at fault in 119 of those crashes.

Driver inattention was the most common cause of the collisions that police produced this year, according to the report.

Contact Peter Breen at pbreen@reviewjournal.com. Follow @breenreports on X.

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