Las Vegas police responded to a crash in the west valley Wednesday night that left a woman critically injured.
Around 9 p.m., officers responded to Fort Apache and Flamingo roads for an accident involving one vehicle. The vehicle had substantial damage just south of the intersection, said Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lt. Frank Humel.
According to police, a silver 1999 Lexus was traveling northbound on Fort Apache when the car exited the roadway to the right and struck a light pole and power box.
The female passenger in the car was transported to University Medical Center in critical condition. The driver stayed at the scene and did not show signs of impairment, said police.
Fort Apache south of Flamingo had been closed for the investigation. Humel reported a water box was also damaged in the crash.
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