PITTSBURGH, Pa. (WKBN) – Pittsburgh’s Rivers Casino was temporarily closed Friday afternoon after cracked cooling pipes spilled water onto the gaming floor.
Photos and videos of people inside show the water coming from the ceiling and spreading across the floor of the casino.
A spokesperson for the casino said in a statement that cleaning was underway and that crews were making repairs.
Reopening dates will be posted on the casino’s website and social media.
The cause of the cracks and leaks in the pipes is unknown.
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