Monsoon Storm Floods Las Vegas Desert Overnight Leaving Casinos And Airports Underwater

The entire Las Vegas strip, which houses some of the world’s most famous casinos and hotels, was devastated by a massive flood Thursday night.

The city issued a flash flood and severe thunderstorm warning as heavy rain poured into parking lots, airports and casinos.

Flooding at a parking garage on the Strip

Sin city is known to be one of the driest major cities in the United States and typically gets only 4 inches of rain a year.

Cars are seen traversing flooded roads during the rare thunderstorm in videos posted on social media.

 

Water is seen pouring through the ceiling of Planet Hollywood Casino on Las Vegas Boulevard  in footage staffers recorded and shared online.

 

Rain also poured through a screen at the Circa Resort and Casino.

 

Flooding at Circa

The storm left at least 7,300 without power, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

There are no injuries reported at this time, according to the Las Vegas Fire Information Office.

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