Cosmetic repairs to The Linq, flooded this weekend by a mystery broken pipe, will take a little longer to fully fix.
At 11:15 p.m. Saturday, "several inches of brownish water" dramatically gushed and flooded the area, shutting down all businesses and, as a precaution, the High Roller observation wheel.
Linq spokeswoman Debbie Munch has led the Caesars property protestations the water was in no way linked to sewage pipes despite an initial KTNV news report the ankle deep water was filled with floating "urinal cakes."
Local news station KLAS-TV is reporting the clean up and repair of the middle of the promenade will take up to two weeks, with guests directed to walk the sidewalks outside the businesses and restaurants.
By noon Monday all tenants, except one, had re-opened, many losing valuable Father's Day foot traffic. Lone flood victim BLVD. Cocktail Company has yet to announce it will open Tuesday night to be included in The Linq's now weekly promotion filled Bloq Party.
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