Warning: there’s a four-letter word in the video if that sort of thing bothers you or you’re at work.
A fire broke outside of a Walmart Supercenter near McLeod Drive and Tropicana Avenue on Monday evening.
According to 8 News Now, the Clark County Fire Department told the news organization that the fire involved tractor-trailers and carboard boxes behind the building, and there were no reported injuries.
When the fire occurred, smoke plumed near the Walmart with grey clouds wrapping around the store, according to multiple videos published on social media.
8 New Now reports that Walmart employees were allowed back into the store around 6:30 p.m. However, the store remained closed to the general public for a few more hours. There was no significant structural damages reported.
Officials deemed the fire as accidental, and no firefighters were injured, according to KTNV.