PHOTO: Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas at night. (photo via Flickr/ConstantinAB)
A rooftop fire broke out at the Bellagio hotel and casino in Las Vegas late Thursday night, prompting a temporary shutdown of the Strip, ABC News reported.
The blaze was first reported at 10:46 p.m. local time Thursday (1:46 a.m. ET Friday).
According to the Los Angeles Times, 10 engines and 77 personnel responded to the scene within minutes and crews were able to successfully knock down the fire by 11:09 p.m. despite facing significant challenges.
No injuries were reported in the incident.
Several onlookers, including Sean Kim, captured dramatic footage of the fire.
The Bellagio's iconic fountains ironically went on with an aquatic show as the incident went on.
"Firefighting efforts were extremely difficult due to the location of the fire and access to the location," Clark County Fire Department assistant chief Larry Haydu told ABC News.
Traffic on the Strip began to improve after firefighters were able to control the blaze.
Officials are still investigating the cause of the fire and it's unclear how much damage the fire caused to the hotel.
Last month, the Bellagio was the scene of a burglary in which a man donning a pig mask broke into the hotel's jewelry store.