Explosion at Luxor Hotel Kills Employee

May 7, 2007  •  Post A Comment

An early morning explosion killed a man in the parking garage of Las Vegas’ Luxor Hotel, adjacent to the convention center where the National Cable and Telecommunications Association’s annual convention starts today.
Activity at the hotel and convention center appeared normal later in the morning.
According to the Associated Press, the person who was killed was an employee of the hotel. He found a small device on top of a vehicle in the garage, and the device exploded.
Police said the blast was not a terrorist act, but an apparent murder of a hotel employee.
“We believe the victim of this event was the intended target,” said a Las Vegas police spokesman.
Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents were involved in the investigation.
Aerial video from news helicopters showed no apparent damage to the parking structure, where entrances were blocked while police, firefighters and ATF agents went from vehicle to vehicle with bomb-sniffing dogs.


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