Bellagio Las Vegas' roof catches fire

The roof of the Bellagio Las Vegas caught fire late Thursday night, resulting in multiple closures across the Las Vegas Strip.

Guests were evacuated from the hotel, with no injuries reported at this time. The fire allegedly began on the roof of retail units connected to the casino hotel, and the hotel itself remains unaffected.

Video of firefighters attending to the blaze can be seen here:

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