We all know that there are a lot of dangerous people on the road. As is not so surprising, there are certain intersections in Las Vegas that are more dangerous than others. The Las Vegas Sun recently did an interesting article on this, which you can find here.
Every year, the Metro Police gather information about vehicle accidents. From January through June, 2013, there where 11,567 vehicle collisions in Las Vegas. 48 of those were fatalities. Based on the data collected by Metro, the following map indicates which intersections are the most dangerous. Zoom out to see all 10 locations in the Las Vegas valley.
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These are the intersections and the number of collisions each one experienced in the past 6 months:
- Lamb Boulevard and Charleston Boulevard (26 collisions)
- Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard (26 collisions)
- Charleston Boulevard and Rainbow Boulevard (23 collisions)
- Flamingo Road and Maryland Parkway (21 collisions)
- Koval Lane and Tropicana Avenue (21 collisions)
- Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road (21 collisions)
- Flamingo Road and Eastern Avenue (20 collisions)
- Rainbow Boulevard and Flamingo Road (20 collisions)
- Nellis Boulevard and Stewart Avenue (19 collisions)
- Las Vegas Drive and Nellis Boulevard
All we can say is: be careful out there. Use extreme caution in these and any intersections. But if you do get in a wreck, don’t hesitate to contact us.