Las Vegas, Nevada – Palace Station Hotel and Casino is evacuated due to a suspicious device


Posted on the 30th of November 2015

Las Vegas, Nevada – Palace Station Hotel and Casino is evacuated due to a suspicious device

Sometime between 7.00 AM and 8.00 AM on Sunday the 29th of November, an employee reported a suspicious device that was left unattended at the Palace Station casino. As a precaution, the casino and hotel were immediately evacuated while the casino contacted the police department. Thousands of dollars worth of chips were left on the gambling tables as people hurried to leave the building. It took the police and bomb squad over an hour to determine that the suspicious device was not a bomb, and that it was safe for people to re-enter the building. The owner of the device was located and the device was returned back to him. What was the suspicious device? It was an e-cigarette box. Palace Station Hotel & Casino is located at 2411 W Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102.

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