At least one person is dead after multiple people were stabbed in front of a casino in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said in a tweet.
The incident took place in the 3100 block of South Las Vegas Boulevard.
“At this time, at least six victims have been located,” the police department said. “Other victims are being transported to area hospitals with unknown extent of injuries.”
The suspect has been taken into custody and the incident is under investigation, police said in another tweet.
At least six people have been stabbed in front of a Las Vegas casino, police said.
One victim has died, Las Vegas police said.
A suspect is in custody, police said.
The victims have been hospitalized in unknown conditions, police said.
A violent stabbing attack left one person dead and at least five others were injured in Las Vegas.
Some of the victims appeared to be showgirls taking pictures with tourists, bystanders told Fox 5.
The attack began around 11:42 a.m. local time in the 31000 block of South Las Vegas Boulevard, the city police said.
A suspect is in custody and the victims were brought to a local hospital.
One of the victims was declared dead, police said, and the extent of the other victims’ injuries remain unclear.
The incident occurred right near the Wynn Las Vegas and the Resorts World Casino, both major resorts in the city.
Officials have not provided more details but advised those in the area to avoid the scene.