Published: Wed, February 15, 2017
National | By Miranda Cannon

Four Hurt, Nine Cars Damaged in CA Disneyland Parking Structure Fire

Four Hurt, Nine Cars Damaged in CA Disneyland Parking Structure Fire

Nearly $180,000 (£145,000) worth of damage was caused by the fire at the theme park in Anaheim, California, on Monday afternoon.

More than eight cars were damaged after a fire broke out at a Disneyland parking lot Monday evening in Anaheim, California.

The fire began on the second story of the 10,000-space structure and its cause was still under investigation.

Authorities announced the two-alarm fire was knocked down at about 5:35 p.m. Officials initially waited for the smoke to clear before allowing guests to return to their vehicles shortly after 7 p.m. Five to seven people were being treated for smoke inhalation, police said on Twitter.

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The blaze damaged nine cars - four of which were a write-off - but the cause of it is still unknown.

Anaheim Police Department said seven Disney employees suffered injuries from smoke inhalation, with four of them being taken to hospital.

For most, the fire was just an inconvenience. "It's more of a nuisance than anything", Darren Clark, whose family of four couldn't get to their auto because of the shutdown, told KNBC-TV. Four vehicles were completely destroyed and four others sustained major damage, authorities said. "I'm kind of hoping it's not my vehicle".

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