There is more to Las Vegas than the glitzy neon lights, casinos and clubs. Underground lies a less glamorous reality of homeless life. In the 1990s, the city built storm-drainage tunnels to protect the strip from raging flash floods. Today, the 600 miles of flood tunnels are home to over 400 of the city's homeless population.
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