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LAS VEGAS— The Latest on a fire that damaged the roof of a shopping annex at the Bellagio resort on the Las Vegas Strip:. Deputy Clark County Fire Chief Jeff Buchanan said Friday officials suspect an exterior electrical or lighting malfunction started the blaze late Thursday atop the Via Bellagio shops. Sean Kim of Los Angeles said Friday that he and his friends...
Sean Kim told The Associated Press on Friday that he realized something was wrong when plastic-smelling smoke began billowing and police rushed to evacuate shop employees. Gusty winds fanned the blaze, forcing employees out of tony stores such as Tiffany& Co. and Chanel. Pedestrian bridges to Bally's and Caesars Palace closed, and busy Las Vegas Boulevard was...
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