HUNTINGTON, UT - AUGUST 16: An Emery County ambulance leaves the Crandall Canyon coal mine August 16, 2007 near Huntington, Utah. Several ambulances and a MEDEVAC helicopter arrived at the mine in the evening as rescuers were injured during a collapse as they searched for six coal miners trapped 1,500 feet beneath the surface at the Crandall Canyon coal mine after an August 6 cave-in. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Two people suffered injuries after they were served a flaming drink at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas on Thursday.

According to KTNV, the individuals ordered a drink called Rum Donkey. The passion fruit in the drink is served on fire. Unfortunately, the individuals were burned when they attempted to drink from the glasses.

The restaurant, located in Caesars Palace and owned by Gordon Ramsay, has since removed the drink from their menu.

The victims were transported to a nearby hospital. Their conditions are not known at this time.

QCWriter is a journalist who is fueled by espresso and motivated by determination. She specializes in pop culture, country music, and news content.