Wynn improves security system

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Wynn casinos will strengthen the security systems to prevent attacks in Las Vegas.

US.- Wynn casinos and hotels are renowned worldwide and millions of people per year spend their free times on the salons. Therefore, the international casino authorities are concerned over last week’s attack in Las Vegas and the potential consequences in other facilities. After the attack, Steve Wynn, owner of the company, assured that they will reinforce the security system to prevent any other deadly plan.

“Las Vegas hotel and gambling magnate Steve Wynn, who owns casinos that gunman Stephen Paddock gambled in but not the Mandalay Bay, where he took a room, said Sunday that his hotels have put security measures in place in recent years to identify potentially dangerous guests,” confirmed the Boston Globe.

Wynn Resorts had recently confirmed its project for a casino development worth US$1.5 billion to be built on the Las Vegas Strip. The construction work for the integrated resort will go through several phases (the total number hasn’t been revealed), the first of which is expected to begin next December.

Last Sunday, an American citizen named Stephen Paddock shot from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas into a crowd of some 22,000 concertgoers. The attack resulted in 58 people dead and nearly 500 wounded. The police is still investigating Paddock’s intentions that could be related to international terrorism organisations.