Just one year after reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump sold her family's mansion, which was featured on the hit Bravo! TV show "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," the $20 million dollar property burst into flames -- injuring a firefighter, NBC Los Angeles reports.
As well as appearing in the show's opening credits, the house was featured in the show's series finale, where Vanderpump's daughter Pandora was married in a lavish ceremony on the property's grounds. While she's sad to see the house damaged, Vanderpump told NBCLA she's more concerned with the injured firefighter.
"Possessions, houses, they can be replaced, you know" she told the station. "My heart goes out to the firefighter that was injured," Vanderpump said, adding that she chose not to watch the footage of the fire.
CBS Los Angeles reports more than 100 firefighters were sent to battle the flames, which according to Los Angeles Fire Department deputy chief Mario Rueda, proved logistically difficult.
“Driving up here, difficult to access," Rueda told the station. "And that house is the size of a supermarket." Rueda went on to tell the station so far it appears the fire was an accident product of construction work and renovation.
Although Vanderpump and her family no longer reside in the house, TMZ reports the wives and crew of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" had to be evacuated from the neighboring house, belonging to cast member Adrienne Maloof, stopping production for the day.