Will Smith’s $42million LA mansion ‘catches fire as ambulances and fire trucks rush to property’

Will Smith’s $42million LA mansion ‘catches fire as ambulances and fire trucks rush to property’

Will Smith’s $42million LA mansion ‘catches fire as ambulances and fire trucks rush to property’

The Metro says a Los Angeles property owned by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith was reportedly struck by a fire that caused smoke damage.

According to Page Six, fire trucks and an ambulance were seen going to the $42million (£30m) home in Malibu on Monday.

A spokesperson for LA County Fire confirmed on Tuesday that there had been a ‘structure fire’ that caused ‘smoke damage’ at the address.

The publication reports that video footage from the Calabasas estate saw an ambulance with flashing lights entering just after 3:30p.m., followed by several cars including an ambulance, and a utility vehicle.

https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/21/will-smiths-la-mansion-catches-fire-as-fire-trucks-rush-to-property-15294718/


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