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Thanks a lot, I get overwhelmed by Flyer Talk, and this is really important.
In 1999 we were in a French hotel, and the alarm went off at 2am and we had to go down their narrow winding staircase, in our nightclothes. I think it was a false alarm. After reading this, I will be much more prepared.
Thanks so much! I still remember the MGM fire -
The MGM Grand fire occurred on November 21, 1980 at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino (now Bally's Las Vegas) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The fire killed 85 people, most through smoke inhalation. The tragedy remains the worst disaster in Nevada history, and the third-worst hotel fire in modern U.S. history, after the 1946 Winecoff Hotel fire in Atlanta that killed 119 people and the Dupont Plaza Hotel, San Juan, Puerto Rico fire on December 31, 1986, in which 97 perished.