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Efficient Response to Bathroom Wall Fire
The Clark County Fire Department swiftly managed a bathroom wall fire incident at Paris Las Vegas on Monday morning, generating areas of smoke around the Las Vegas Strip region. Reports across various social media channels confirmed the occurrence. Firefighters were alerted to the situation at approximately 9:48 a.m. that day.
Discovery of Smoke Source
Upon reaching the scene, the firefighting team detected subtle smoke emerging from a utility hatch positioned within the bathroom wall.
Uncovering the Unexpected
During the intervention, firefighters encountered “a pile of clothing and debris,” disclosed Clark County Deputy Fire Chief Warren Whitney in a statement referenced by KSNV, a local Las Vegas television station.
Despite a handful of occupants experiencing minor discomfort from smoke inhalation, no immediate medical attention was required, and hospitalization was averted.
Several users on various social media platforms highlighted the observation of smoke within the casino resort premises. As of Tuesday morning, the cause of the minor fire remained undetermined by fire authorities. Initial evaluations approximated damages of around $50,000, affecting both the wall and its adjacent areas.