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North Las Vegas police officer, another injured in accident

A North Las Vegas police squad car and a civilian car can be seen at MLK Boulevard and Craig Road after they collided Sunday afternoon. (Maria Beltran)
A North Las Vegas police squad car and a civilian car can be seen at MLK Boulevard and Craig Road after they collided Sunday afternoon. (Maria Beltran)
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Updated: 11/11/2012 6:33 pm
NORTH LAS VEGAS -- A North Las Vegas police officer and another motorist were injured Sunday shortly after noon when their sedans collided at MLK Boulevard and Craig Road.

Initial reports said the police cruiser was headed eastbound on Craig while the sedan was northbound on MLK when they collided in what appeared to be a t-bone accident.

The unidentified officer and the driver of the sedan were transported to University Medical Center with injuries not considered to be life-threatening.

A North Las Vegas police spokesman said he did not have complete details of the accident because it was still being investigated Sunday evening.
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