LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Friday evening found a second body in a flood wash close to the Strip.

Specialists said the body of a male casualty was situated while they were eliminating extreme flotsam and jetsam from the flood channel.

The individual was eliminated from the flotsam and jetsam and moved to the coroner's office. One more body was tracked down in a similar wash, situated close to Giles and 

Mandalay Bay Road, Thursday night around 10:30 p.m. In the Thursday night episode, the Clark County Fire Department had said LVMPD mentioned 

their assistance for an individual in a flood channel during the tempest that hit the Las Vegas Valley. 

CCFD answered, alongside LVMPD officials and a confidential emergency vehicle. Specialists on call got the individual out of the flood channel and

they were shipped to University Medical Center, where the individual was articulated departed. CCFD Deputy Fire Chief Thomas Touchstone said almost certainly,

there were individuals living in the passage framework who get caught when there is weighty downpour. 

"This isn't whenever that I've first been around here answering precisely the same thing in the last 5 to 10 years," Touchstone said. "In this way, 

I'm not exceptionally acquainted with the passage framework and what's upstream of here, however without a doubt there's kin that live 

in the passages upstream from here that get shocked by the quick going water as it dumps on our city, as it did the previous evening."