Fortunately, no one was hurt and Stranger Things seems to be in good shape.
Newsweek reported that a studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the United States was on fire. Fortunately, the Albuquerque Rescue Department was quick on the scene to keep the situation under control. No one was injured in the fire.
It might be good to know: the set site was an old dismantled building and not a collection for recordings. This also means that the disaster is not so bad.
A fire has broken out at Netflix studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Stranger Things was filming for its upcoming fourth season. Tom Ruiz, the Albuquerque Fire Department’s public information officer, told Newsweek that there were no firefighters or civilian casualties to report. pic.twitter.com/UGzgMeC1Z0
– Newsweek August 4, 2021
The fire department press officer, Tom Ruiz, stated that 13 units were sent to Address 5650 University SE at Netflix Studios. Upon arrival, the units discovered that an entire small movie set was engulfed in smoke and flames.
By working together quickly, they quickly extinguished these. In short: it’s okay. Now we have to wait for the release of the fourth season.
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