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Magic Kingdom Fire Results in Emergency Vehicles Rolling Down Main Street

Magic Kingdom Fire Results in Emergency Vehicles Rolling Down Main Street emergency-vehicle-liberty-square

UPDATE: A security guard was treated and transported (non-emergency transport) after inhaling fumes from the fire extinguisher.

UPDATE: Per the source referenced below, “The small fire happened in a mulched area near the castle moat. A single fire extinguisher put out the fire.”

On Tuesday evening, a fire broke out in the Magic Kingdom and was reportedly extinguished quickly.

We don’t have exact details yet as to where the fire was specifically, but we’ve learned through a trusted source that the fire was put out quickly with one fire extinguisher and that no one was injured.

According to Scott Gustin, Walt Disney World issued a statement regarding the fire at Magic Kingdom, “There was a small fire in Magic Kingdom. The fire was quickly extinguished by fire extinguishers. No one was hurt.”

This story will be updated as new information becomes available.

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