BAY LAKE, Fla. – Videos and pictures show emergency vehicles lighting up Main Street U.S.A. Tuesday night at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom after a fire broke out near Cinderella Castle.
It’s not known what caused the fire, which broke out in a mulched area and was quickly extinguished by cast members.
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According to the Reedy Creek Fire Department, the fire was out by the time crews arrived.
One cast member was taken to a hospital but was expected to be OK.
Cast members can be seen directing guests away from the area, as seen in a tweet from News 6 reporter Nadeen Yanes.
BREAKING: @WaltDisneyWorld confirms there was a small fire at Magic Kingdom park. Looks to be just near Sleepy Hollow Restaurant. Disney says no on was hurt. @news6wkmg pic.twitter.com/yMsItSoaK8— Nadeen Yanes (@NadeenNews6) December 15, 2021
The Coaster Crew also tweeted this video in which you can hear the sound of sirens and see blazing emergency lights as yellow fire trucks drive down Main Street U.S.A.
This is definitely something we have never seen in all our years of visiting The Magic Kingdom... @WDWNT @InsideTheMagic pic.twitter.com/vWR7Cdhzw5— The Coaster Crew (@Coastercrew) December 14, 2021
More video, captured by Patricia Tolley, shows a crowd of guests watching the scene unfold.