Two-vehicle collision results in injury, arrest |

Two-vehicle collision results in injury, arrest

Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies placed one person in custody following a two-vehicle collision on U.S. Highway 50 near Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center around noon Tuesday.

According to Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Karen Garretson, the driver of the at-fault vehicle had been reported as a reckless driver prior to the collision.

One juvenile had to be airlifted after being transported to a landing zone by Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District. Six people were involved in the collision.

Eric Guevin, with Tahoe Douglas Fire said that the injured party was on his way to Reno to be treated for injuries.

Garretson said that NHP has taken over investigation of the collision. As of 1 p.m. was still an active scene and details were still preliminary.

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