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US Highway 50 reopened after rollover crash near Cave Rock

One of the Lake Tahoe traffic cameras captured the scene of a single vehicle rollover near Cave Rock on Saturday morning. (Provided)

Update 8:10 a.m. — U.S. Highway 50 has been reopened in both directions, according to https://nvroads.com.

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ZEPHYR COVE, Nev. — U.S. Highway 50 was closed on Saturday morning north of the Cave Rock tunnels at Lake Tahoe for a single vehicle rollover that resulted in the driver being ejected onto the highway.



The injured motorist was breathing but severely injured, according to first responders.

The rollover occurred at around 6:25 a.m., according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.



Emergency personnel prepared for a helicopter to land on the highway at Lake Tahoe.

The estimated highway reopening is 8 a.m., according to https://nvroads.com.


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