A fire broke out at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., on Thursday evening, sending smoke billowing from behind buildings seen from the theme park’s Main Street, videos taken of the blaze show.
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The Anaheim Fire Department was called to the scene to extinguish the blaze around 6 p.m., FOX 11 reported.
According to reports, the flames originated from a small brush fire in the backstage area of the Jungle Cruise attraction in the park’s Adventureland section. Although Disneyland itself did not confirm the source — or place — the fire broke out, an official did tell FOX 11 that Adventureland was closed to guests Thursday evening.
It was not clear if Adventureland was reopened as of Friday. There have been some reports of power outages following the fire.
There were no injuries or damage to the park reported.
The cause of the fire is reportedly currently under investigation.
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A spokesperson for Disneyland did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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