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Fire at 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Star Lisa Vanderpump's Former Estate

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Jun. 30 2012, Published 1:11 p.m. ET

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First things first: we're glad no one was hurt!

E! News reports that a fire broke out at the former home of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd.

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Fans of the show would be familiar with the manse; many scenes took place inside, and it is also where Lisa and Ken's daughter, Pandora, got married on season 2's finale.

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Fellow Beverly Hills stars Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif live across the street. Paul took to Twitter to update fans: "At home with the family and smelled smoke. The house across the street from us is on fire. All of us here are OK!"

Kyle Richards then Tweeted Paul, asking if it was indeed Lisa's old house, which Paul confirmed.

"That's sad and unfortunate. Hope everyone is ok," Camille Grammer Tweeted in reply to Paul.

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Shortly afterward, Paul Tweeted again to let everyone know that things were under control.

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The fire was reported around 6:30 p.m. yesterday; smoke was coming from at least three different sections of the roof. Luckily, due to quick response (over 100 firefighters in one hour), the fire was contained and eventually extinguished, with no injuries to anyone.

Lisa and Ken sold the property in September. Again, we are glad they, Giggy, and everyone else is ok!

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