The Los Angeles Fire Department quickly reacted to a probable fire at the Hollywood Hills mansion of Denzel Washington on Wednesday night, after it was observed that smoke was emerging from the four-story mansion’s second floor.
Thirty-eight Los Angeles firefighters with one Beverly Hills crew scrutinized the walls of the 29,000-square-foot home in the exclusive Beverly Crest neighbourhood of LA. Firefighters employed thermal imaging cameras for the source of the smoke. No flames were traced, according to the LAFD report.
All occupants stayed safely outside the residence, according to the fire department report. Alan Neirob, Washington’s press representative, told USA TODAY in a statement that there was no fire and everyone was okay and safe.