Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-09-22 22:51:03 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — Network connectivity issues caused about 150 people to get stuck in the High Roller Observation Wheel overlooking the Las Vegas Strip over the weekend.
The network problem lasted about an hour and a half on Friday night, according to a Caesars Entertainment spokesman.
The company says engineers were able to resolve it and no one was injured. Passengers holding the steering wheel also received a refund.
Read the full statement from the Caesars spokesperson below.
“”The High Roller Observatory stopped during a Friday night rotation due to network connectivity issues related to one of the cabins. At that time, there were about 150 passengers on board. Within about 90 minutes, the engineers resolved the network problem, the wheels resumed spinning, and all passengers safely disembarked and received a refund.“