UPDATE DEC. 11: A representative for Disney says that the fire was contained to a dumpster in a construction area. The representative says the fire was quickly brought under control and operations continued as normal within a short period of time. The cause of the fire was not given to 10 News.
ThemeParkInsider.com says the first happened outside of Splitsville, a bowling-themed restaurant that is replace the former House of Blues at Disneyland.
\There is also a Splitsville at Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs.
People are posting video of a fire in Downtown Disney in Anaheim on social media. According to the posters, the fire started in a bowling alley that is under construction.
At this time, we do not have information on what started the fire. Some people are also reporting that Downtown Disney was evacuated. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
— Anthony L. (@AnthonyLierl) December 10, 2017
Fire in Downtown Disney 😱😳 pic.twitter.com/pZhZJjJyUA
— Chynna Raymundo (@ChynnaRaymundo) December 10, 2017
Eating dinner at a Downtown Disney restaurant. There’s a fire outside and the crew is handling it so well I’m pretty sure 90% of the restaurant has no idea. pic.twitter.com/DVRKmRmtvN
— Greg Rice (@GregRicey) December 10, 2017
Disneyland is located about 13 miles away from Anaheim Hills, where some residents were ordered to evacuate because of a fire. So far, the resort has remained open.