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LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )- Two levels and the gambling establishment flooring at the Las Vegas Westgate Resort and Casino were left after a fire broke out on a terrace Saturday afternoon. Clark County Fire Department Chief John Steinbeck stated the fire stemmed on an outside veranda situated on the third floor of
the hotel. He added that the fire extended to the very first floor. The flames were rapidly snuffed out by the mix of the hotel’s lawn sprinkler and the firemens’ water system outside the building, stated Steinbeck.
Steinbeck validated that levels 3 and four, including the gambling establishment floor, were evacuated by officials.
The following statement was launched by the Westgate:
” Westgate Las Vegas Resort & & Casino experienced a separated small fire on a lower floor of the hotel. The Fire Department reacted immediately and is on website resolving the situation. All employee and visitors have actually been evacuated from the afflicted location. There are no injuries. The property is cooperating with authorities and keeping the safety and security of our visitors and staff member as the priority.”
Authorities said no injuries were reported. The cause and damage quotes are under investigation, authorities included.
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