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Fire Breaks Out At Disneyland Hotel Due To Smokin' Hot Pizza Oven

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A fire broke out at a Disneyland Resort restaurant just before noon on Sunday, according to the Anaheim Fire Dept.CBS L.A. writes that the fire started in a restaurant kitchen at the Paradise Pier Hotel, which is located across the street from Disney's California Adventure.

City News Service reports the operations at the actual park were not affected, but that hotel guests were evacuated as a precaution. Smoke was visible from nearby streets, and ramps from the 5 Freeway to Disneyland Drive and other streets close by were temporarily blocked off at 11:55 a.m.

Disneyland officials were not immediately available, but no injuries were reported.

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