Las Vegas Floods Movie-Set-Like

Thursday night's flash flooding knocked out electricity and left the streets of the Las Vegas valley submerged in water, giving the area the appearance of a scene from a movie.

According to reports from News 3 Las Vegas, rivers of water rushed through casinos and other tourist sites throughout a significant portion of the downtown region. According to the New York Post, severe winds caused damage to roofs, which led to drains overflowing, which resulted in parts of casinos, hotels, streets, and the local airport being submerged in water.

In the early hours of Friday morning, the National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for the bulk of the Las Vegas valley area. This warning encompassed the entire city of Las Vegas.

David Charns, a journalist for 8 News Now, claimed that surveillance footage taken from the garage area of the Linq hotel showed a wall of water running toward the street and scooping up mountains of debris along the way. As he was leaving the hotel, St. Martin University assistant women's basketball coach Ken Camp was attempting to make his way to the monorail station, according to the video that was uploaded to the internet and shared by Camp.

RTE News obtained some frightening footage that was shot by a user of Twitter that showed a large hole in the side of the video wall at Circa Sportsbook. According to, it is not certain whether or not clean-up activities will be possible in the short future because meteorologists predict that there will be more rain, lightning, and gusts of up to 60 miles per hour.

According to a video that was shared on social media, the storm was responsible for creating a hole in the roof of Planet Hollywood, which allowed rainwater to leak down onto the casino floor.

According to New 3 Las Vegas, as of late Thursday night, more than 7,200 NV Energy customers were without power. The majority of the power outages were recorded in the downtown districts of the city. According to the outlet, road closures are expected to continue for an extended period of time due to accidents that were caused by the flooding, as well as the presence of at least one downed tree that is blocking an intersection.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on DailyCaller.

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