Lake Tahoe Evacuation Lifted Some Casinos Remain Closed But Bears In Homes
Some casinos at the lake remained closed during the normally busy Labor Day holiday as the fire. The evacuation is already prosecuted on the California and Nevada sides of Lake Tahoe were downgraded to warnings over the weekend, allowing thousands of residents to return.
Last week there was a massive wildfire near Alpine lake, where the residents and the visitors were ordered to evacuate. The major Casino like Hard Rock, MountBleu Resort, Harrah’s, and Harveys Lake Tahoe was gone close. On Monday the Hard Rock Resort was open but was not reserving more occupants because of sudden wildfire, according to the Hard Rock’s website the Table games and slot machines are closed. All the entertainment which were scheduled got canceled and will be rescheduled later. MountBleu was also shut down on Monday.
“We are continuing to provide housing and support to firefighters and team member evacuees,” the MontBleu website states. “We will remain in constant communication with local agencies and look forward to reopening our doors as soon as it is safe to do so.”
In recent days, Lake Tahoe is slowing down like ashing and smoking down. In what would have been an end-of-summer holiday filled with outdoor enthusiasts and casino gamblers, lines of vehicles last week were carrying evacuees to Carson City and other nearby places.
The Department of the state said people should be relaxed as the smoke is still there but the people who were having health issues can evacuate themselves because life is important. Also, they said that people who have evacuated themselves be fine as the bears entered the town and spreading trash, probably entering houses if they find anyway. But we will ensure that your house will be safe.
“The delicate balance between humans and bears has been upset,” El Dorado County Sheriff’s Sgt. Simon Brown said. Residents who are concerned about bears in their homes should call the police, he said.
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