Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay floods after water main break, displacing 1,000 guests

Guests were treated to a surprise at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on Tuesday, after a water main break led to major flooding on the Convention Center floor, ultimately displacing 1,000 people.

According to Fox 5, water was observed leaking around 4:30 p.m. from the area between the first and second floors of the convention center, onto the first floor. The cause was soon attributed to a water main broken in a loading dock area.

After arriving at the scene, Clark County firefighter proceeded to relocate roughly 1,000 people from the second floor to other areas of the hotel as a precautionary measure.

No injuries were reported.

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"A water leak at Mandalay Bay has affected a portion of the South Convention Center. Crews are working to clean up the leak as soon as possible. There are no injuries or major disruptions to operations,” Mandalay Bay Resort tweeted.

The Clark County Fire Department later confirmed that there was “no report of structural damage to the building” as water and electrical power was “secured” in the area, Fox 5 reported.

By Wednesday morning, the resort confirmed that the Convention Center was ready to “proceed with its normal events and operations schedule.”

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Meanwhile, footage of the flooding continues to make waves across the Internet.

“This isn’t something you see every day,” one witness wrote on Twitter.

Another shared a now-viral video to the social network of water rushing down the escalator in a vacant area of the hotel, as the fire alarm goes off, in a clip that has since been viewed nearly 4,000 times.

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Mandalay Bay's latest troubles come several months after gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd floor of the resort into a crowd below at an outdoor concert, killing 58 people.

The AP contributed to this report.