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Two Fatalities After Car Crash at Western Las Vegas Credit Union

Two people were killed Sunday in a two-car crash in the western Las Vegas Valley, police said.

Las Vegas police were called about 4:45 p.m. after two cars collided on Rainbow Boulevard, just south of Westcliff Drive, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Grant Rogers said.

A white Chrysler 300 was southbound on Rainbow when it hit the side of a Toyota Corolla that was turning left into a shopping center from the northbound lanes, police said. The Chrysler then jumped a curb and hit the side of Silver State Schools Credit Union at 170 S. Rainbow Blvd.

The driver of the Chrysler, 38-year-old Charles Williams, was taken to University Medical Center with minor injuries and was later released. Police said he was not impaired, but it was unclear if he would face charges.

Police have not determined how fast the Chryler was going.

The Toyota flipped several times until coming to a stop in the southbound lanes of Rainbow on the opposite side of the credit union. Both the driver and the passenger, who was ejected from the car, died at the scene.

Neither the 31-year-old man who was driving the Corolla nor the woman who was ejected appeared to have been wearing a seat belt, police said.

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