DC Fire and EMS validated that they were in contact with the wedding parties, who seemed to be primarily taking the news in stride.
Two wedding event parties were disrupted by DC firefighters on Saturday after a fire broke out at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington DC around 5 p.m.
The hotel lies 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, and rain started boiling down as the newlyweds got here amongst loved ones.
DC Fire and EMS verified that they were in contact with the wedding event parties, who seemed to be mostly taking the news in stride, with some even presenting for pictures in the middle of the confusion and moments stuck outside.
The fire that might be seen for miles from roofs in the D.C. location was triggered by a malfunction in the duct systems at the Four Seasons Hotel.
August 15, 2020 DC Fire and EMS said the fire
did infected multiple floorings on the hotel, but no injuries were reported. The specific problem in the duct system was not released by authorities. Guests at the hotel, consisting of those there for the wedding event parties, have had arrangements made by the Four Seasons to remain at other hotels in the DC location.
Visitor are being escorted by firemens and very first responders to get belongings on certain floors of the hotel.” Guests are being securely accompanied to get individual valuables. The hotel has made plans for their guests and wedding event parties at other nearby hotels. DC's bravest ‘wedding event crashers'will be clearing the scene,” stated DC Fire and EMS in a Tweet.