A four-vehicle crash in the west Las Vegas Valley leads to one man hospitalized and the arrest of a woman.
According to police, the crash occurred around 1 p.m. on Fort Apache Road and Lake North Drive.
A 2006 Toyota Highlander was traveling southbound on Fort Apache in the left turning lane while a 2019 BMW M5 was traveling northbound on Fort Apache in the far right lane, said Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.
LVMPD said the BMW entered the intersection on a green light as the Toyota made a left turn. The front of the BMW struck the right side of the Toyota, causing both cars to spin. The BMW and the Toyota hit nearby cars before coming to a stop
The driver of the Toyota, a 78-year-old man, was transported to University Medical Center in critical condition. The BMW driver, identified by LVMPD as 31-year-old Katie Moriarty, reportedly failed a field sobriety test.
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