Fiery crash in Vegas Strip shoot out
Police Department officers are investigating the site of what is being described as a gun battle between shooters in vehicles along the Las Vegas Strip on February 21. According to reports gunshots were fired between a black SUV and a Maserati, causing the Maserati to crash into a taxi that burst into flames. Five vehicles were involved in the subsequent crash with the Maserati driver and two people in the taxi being killed.
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