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Driver Sought After Las Vegas School Police Officer's Gun Fires

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A school police spokesman says a sergeant's handgun accidentally fired when he was knocked to the ground by a vehicle driven by a motorist upset about a traffic stop near a Las Vegas elementary school.

Clark County School police Officer Bryan Zink said Thursday that no one was hit by the stray gunshot, and the driver of a black Nissan vehicle is sought after the incident a little before 9 a.m.

Zink says the sergeant received minor injuries, and body-worn cameras from several officers are being reviewed in the investigation. The motorist had been stopped in a school zone before rolling up his car window and driving away.