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Trees caught fire at the Hollywood Bowl as individuals have been leaving following a “Sound of Music” singalong Saturday night.
The Los Angeles Fire Department shortly arrived at the scene and rushed to place out a small cluster of palm timber that had caught on fire. LAFD requested the California Highway Patrol to shut a lane of visitors.
LAFD wrote on Twitter that the venue was not endangered, and no accidents have been reported. The division mentioned the fire solely concerned vegetation.
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“That somewhat stubborn fire near the @HollywoodBowl, our 1,423rd emergency of the day, thankfully involves only vegetation, and has not risen to the level of issuing an @LAFD ALERT,” LAFD wrote.
One concertgoer, Twitter consumer @ScotyAppleseed informed, Fox News Digital, “I am praying that everyone is safe. [L]ots of families with kiddos go to that sing along event – that was scary!”
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The explanation for the fire was not instantly identified and attendees mentioned flames appeared out of nowhere.
“I don’t know what caused it [because] as I was walking out it wasn’t or didn’t seem to be burning – didn’t notice it until [I] was walking down near the hotels just south of the bowl,” @ScotyAppleseed informed Fox News Digital, including that “someone said it was near the tunnel so apparently across the street.”
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“I did however smell smoke down in the subway so the smoke was traveling fast,” they mentioned.
The concertgoer mentioned they have been in a position to see the entire present.
“Yes it was a beautiful night of singing together hopefully that’s the memory everyone gets to take with them after tonight.”