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Sparks Police Investigate Sunday Accident on Vista Boulevard

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Sparks Police are investigating an accident Sunday morning.

Police say it happened around noon on Vista Boulevard, near Disc Drive. They say a 2003 silver Honda, driven by an unidentified 59-year old Sparks man, left the roadway and struck a large, iron fence.

When authorities got on scene, they found he did not have a pulse, and began CPR. He was then quickly transported to Northern Nevada Medical Center where he is currently listed in critical condition.

Police say it appears that the man suffered from a medical condition before the accident. They also say several people stopped to help the victim, which they say contributed to his survival.

If you have any information on this accident, you're being asked to call Sparks Police at (775) 353-2432. 

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