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July 4, 2015

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2 pedestrians hit by vehicle on Las Vegas Strip

Two pedestrians suffered nonlife-threatening injuries after being struck by a vehicle on Las Vegas Boulevard this morning, Metro Police said.

Metro spokeswoman Laura Meltzer said police received a call at 10:27 a.m. indicating that two females had been hit in the 3600 block of Las Vegas Blvd., which is near Flamingo Road.

The victims were transported to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, Meltzer said.

Metro’s traffic unit has responded to investigate. No other information was immediately available.

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  1. No pedestrian should ever be able to touch a foot on Las Vegas Blvd. for the entire length of The Strip. From Mandalay Bay to the Stratosphere. Overhead Bridges, Landscaping, and Fencing should be used to assure Pedestrian Safety. This is another example of the incompetence of Las Vegas Zoning and the Greed of the Casinos to insist and be willing to pay for public safety.