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TO UPDATE: NV Energy confirmed that rodents caused the blackout at the Paris hotel on the Las Vegas Strip on Thursday evening.

The situation has been evident on the Strip for years: rats are present but rarely seen.

“The strip corridor is beautiful … you think about how beautiful it is and what a great place rodents too,” said Russell Hedland of Las Vegas Pest Control.

From the restaurants, hotel rooms, resorts, dumpsters, and groceries that are dropped on sidewalks, the Las Vegas Strip is a rodent buffet. Rodents congregate where people congregate.

Rats are known to chew electrical wires, pipes, and drywall, causing significant damage from failures and flooding.

Experts say the rats have migrated to Talviertel since the strip was closed.

“Rats still had to eat. They have spread even more. We get more calls than in my 26 years in the industry. It is very important for homeowners to be proactive, ”said Hedland.

Checking for holes, spaces in walls, and nests in the bushes is always a good preventative measure, including hiring a professional. The harm from rats is far worse than the cost of prevention.

ORIGINAL STORY (OCTOBER 22nd): LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Las Vegas police assisted Clark County firefighters with evacuations at the Paris hotel and casino.

According to the police, the officers reacted shortly after 7 p.m. to help the firefighters at the Paris hotel and casino in the event of a reported power failure.

There was a blackout in the entire resort property, said John Steinbeck, chief fire officer for Clark County.

Both the police and the fire evacuated the guest from the casino area. Guests who were still in their rooms were allowed to seek protection until the power supply was restored.

Firefighters rescued six elevators and checked several others to make sure they were clear.

Guests who were rescued from the elevators did not need medical help, said boss Steinbeck. One patient was rushed to hospital with breathing problems.

Caesars Entertainment officials made the following statement.

“Tonight Paris Las Vegas had a power outage that has since been restored. The health and safety of our guests and team members has the highest priority. We thank the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, the Clark County Fire Department and NV Energy for their assistance on this matter, “said Caesars Entertainment spokesman

Shortly before 10 p.m. the power supply to NV Energy was restored

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