Fire Alarm at 49ers’ Super Bowl 58 Hotel in Las Vegas Goes Off at 6 A.M.
Erin WalshFebruary 8, 2024

HENDERSON, NEVADA - FEBRUARY 07: Brock Purdy #13 speaks to the media during San Francisco 49ers media availability ahead of Super Bowl LVIII at Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa on February 07, 2024 in Henderson, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Getty Images)

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The San Francisco 49ers fell victim to an early morning fire alarm at their hotel in Las Vegas on Thursday leading up to Super Bowl 58.

A fire alarm went off at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa, where the 49ers are staying ahead of the championship matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, at 6 a.m. Thursday morning before being silenced 10 minutes later, according to Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle.

No one was forced to leave their rooms as “engineering was able to deduce it was a false alarm and there was no evacuation needed,” a loss-prevention officer at the hotel told Branch.

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, tight end George Kittle said Christian McCaffrey and Nick Bosa were among the players who were not thrilled the fire alarm went off.

“It had to be them,” Kittle said. “You don’t want to wake the sleeping bear. But Christian was not happy too.”

“I think there’s no way it’s random,” McCaffrey added. “It’s part of it. It’s just more wood thrown on the fire.”

The fire alarm was only the latest problem the 49ers have dealt with leading up to the big game.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan previously expressed his displeasure with the condition of their practice fields at UNLV.

“We’re here. We’re practicing on it,” Shanahan told reporters this week. “Everyone has their preferences. I wish things were better, but we’ll deal with the field how it is.”

The 49ers are hoping to win their first Super Bowl since the 1994 season and also avenge their loss to the Chiefs in Super Bowl 54 during the 2019 campaign.

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