Video surfacing on social media shows flash flooding ripping through casinos on the iconic Las Vegas strip.
Breaking: Flash flooding is occurring in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. pic.twitter.com/k8aTmgaoGh— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) July 29, 2022
Standing water can be seen along Las Vegas Boulevard and rushing into world-famous casinos like Caesar’s Palace.
Video posted on Twitter shows water pouring from a hole in the ceiling of Planet Hollywood.
Video sent to @8NewsNow shows flooding inside Planet Hollywood on the Las Vegas Strip after severe thunderstorms moved through.— David Charns (@davidcharns) July 29, 2022
🎥: Ernie Gastelum pic.twitter.com/fF9kMa6p9B
Another Twitter video shows water rapidly flowing through a parking garage.
Now Las Vegas is joining in on the flooding.— Ayoka Systems (@ayokasystems) July 29, 2022
A monsoon storm dumped heavy rain across the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday night, triggering flash flooding along the Las Vegas Strip, including in this parking garage. #vegasweather #NVwx #LasVegas #LasVegasWeather https://t.co/xmY1cTfZry
Video from Circa Sportsbook, a popular sports betting location, shows water coming out of a large screen on the wall.
Water cascades through large screens in Circa Sportsbook, a sports betting venue in Las Vegas as authorities issued flooding warnings to parts of Las Vegas as severe thunderstorms moved across southern Nevada. pic.twitter.com/Mf05Dkm2O1— RTÉ News (@rtenews) July 29, 2022
The city of Las Vegas issued flash flood and thunderstorm warnings early Friday morning.
A Flash Flood Warning and Sevwre Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for the Las Vegas Valley ⚠️@NWSVegas advises to watch out for:— City of Las Vegas (@CityOfLasVegas) July 29, 2022
– heaving downpours 🌧
– lightning ⚡️
– strong wind gusts 💨 #VegasWeather pic.twitter.com/1E8JuJlfXV
No injuries have been reported yet, the New York Post reports.