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Emergency services called to Will Smith's estate during fire drama

Fire at Will Smith's estate

Fire engines and paramedics were called to Will Smith's Calabasas home near Los Angeles on Monday after a blaze broke out.

Video footage showed an ambulance with flashing lights entering the family compound, followed by fire trucks, several other cars, and a utility vehicle, but the fire drama had ended by the time the emergency services arrived.

A spokesperson for Los Angeles County Fire has confirmed a "structure fire" caused "smoke damage" at the 150-acre property.

The representative also confirmed there were no injuries, although unconfirmed reports suggest someone was treated at the scene.

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith bought several properties on one street and recruited Stephen Samuelson to turn them into one huge estate. The couple put the place up for sale in 2013, but ultimately decided to keep it. In 2018, they had to evacuate the property because of the threat from nearby wildfires.

A spokesperson for Will and Jada has yet to comment on the latest blaze.

Meanwhile, over the weekend, the Smiths celebrated Jada's 50th birthday with a 1970s-themed roller skating party.

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