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Quick Fact – Floating the Showboat

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Ironically, considering the entity’s name, water poured inside the Showboat Hotel (later Castaways) when flash floods hit Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday, August 8. At 2800 E. Fremont Street, east of the city, the gambling room, restaurant, and show and guestrooms were evacuated.

Other casinos were forced to do the same, including Caesars Palace, on the Strip, which had water, enough to swim, gush inside.

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