Fire Breaks Out at Universal Studios Hollywood 13 Years After Another Destructive Blaze
No one was injured and no rides or attractions were damaged, a representative for the park confirmed to PEOPLE
A large fire broke out at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles, California late Tuesday night.
The blaze occurred near the Despicable Me Minion Mayhem attraction that was under construction, as seen in a video shared to Twitter by a user who captured the fire.
In a second video, a woman could be heard saying, "Oh no, the minions."
A rep from Universal confirmed to PEOPLE that there were no injures or damage to the rides and attractions from the fire, which occurred "back of house in a non-guest area."
Universal is looking into the cause of the fire, the rep said, and the park will remain open.
The park was closed for over a year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, shutting down in March 2020 and finally reopening on April 16, 2021.
According to multiple outlets, Tuesday's fire occurred exactly 13 years after a blaze broke out in the back lot of the park as a result of a worker using a blowtorch to warm asphalt shingles. The fire destroyed three acres of the park, including the King Kong Encounter attraction.
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Universal Studios Hollywood reopened to California residents only on April 16 after being shut down for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Face coverings are required at all times, with food and drink being limited to specific areas within the park where removing masks is allowed. The park also has limited capacity within most establishments.