Denzel Washington: Firefighters respond to fire reports at his house

Denzel Washington: Firefighters respond to fire reports at his house

- Denzel Washington's Beverly Crest house became a centre of attention when firefighters responded to reports of smoke at the home

- The Los Angeles and Beverly Hills fire departments thought Denzel's home was on fire on Wednesday night

- The authorities have expressed that despite a thorough search of Denzel's mansion, there was no active fire discovered

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Firefighters responded to reports of smoke at the house of veteran Hollywood actor Denzel Washington on Wednesday night, 11 November.

The fire crews have shared that there were no flames visible when they got to the Beverly Crest mansion of the popular actor. It is also unclear whether the Safe House actor was at his home at the time of the alleged fire.

According to news reports, everyone inside the house got out safely. Authorities shared that smoke could be seen coming from the second floor of the multi-level home in the first block of Beverly Park Circle.

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The smoke on the second floor was determined to be from one of several furnaces in the home that was recently serviced and was taken offline, according to authorities.

CBS Los Angeles reports that the Los Angeles Fire Department expressed that despite a thorough search of the 28,887-square-foot mansion with thermal imaging cameras, there was no active fire discovered. All fire crews — both Los Angeles and Beverly Hills fire departments — then left the scene.

Denzel's worried fans took to social media to share their reactions to the news. Check out some of the comments below:

@Woolndoghairs said:

"I’ve crushed on him for YEARS. I just want to know everyone is okay."

@OC_10_8 wrote:

"Denzel is an awesome dude, glad this wasn’t too serious."

@Lady_Bexy commented:

"Hope he and family remain safe. Now leave them be, to get on without having you lot be intrusive."

@23mary_b wrote:

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"I am so done with 2020. What else can happen? Fire storm from the sun? Meteor hits the earth? Mobile phone satellites crash on an asteroid? The hits just keep coming this year."

@K_ez1ah said:

"Got a sinking feeling the minute I saw Denzel trending. OH, NO YOU DON'T, 2020! Glad everyone's in one piece."

@Taurus03_OVO said:

"Glad to know everyone's okay."

@LIDiva added:

"Thank God he and his family appear to be safe."
Denzel Washington: Firefighters respond to fire reports at his house

Firefighters responded to reports of fire at Denzel Washington's house. Image: @officialdenzelwashingtton/Instagram
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In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Vin Diesel has posted his first TikTok video. What makes the video super special is that the US action movie star is jamming to South Africa's Brenda Fassie's song Vulindlela. The superstar is vibing with a Nigerian sister @itsjustnifee in the epic video.

The Fast & Furious film series actor told his followers on Instagram that he was introduced to Brenda Fassie's classic two years ago when he was in Mzansi to film his movie titled Bloodshot. He said it was his mother's birthday when the crew blasted the song and "lifted my spirit through the roof".

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Vin decided to bust a move to the song because his mom celebrated her birthday a few days ago. Tweeps have shared their reactions to Vin Diesel busting a move. One fan @KatlieRnk said:

"I think we can all agree that this is what Brenda Fassie would've wanted."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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