A Disney resort restaurant has been evacuated due to a water main leak, according to the company’s CEO.
The water main was repaired after the fire was first reported on Wednesday afternoon.
At least one person was taken to a local hospital and is expected to be OK, according the Disney resort’s official Twitter account.
There was a significant amount of water in the pool area at the restaurant, and it appears the cause is still under investigation.
Disney says it was not aware of the water main failure until Thursday morning.
A Disney resort employee told ABC News that the restaurant’s owner, David Leibovitz, had recently installed a new system that included a system that automatically adjusts pressure when the water level in the main rises.
It is not clear how much water was in the area at that time.
Leibovitch has also been the owner of a popular local bakery, The Biscuit Man, which is located in a park at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in California.
He also owns the popular chain restaurant, Dessert Express, which was located in another park in Florida.
If you have any information on the fire, please call 1-888-HOST-BREAK (1-888_333-2746) or text “CAPTCHA” to CRIMES (274637).ABC News’ Brian T. Johnson contributed to this report.
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