UPDATED: Cause Of Perry Studio Fire Still Unknown
Investigators are still determining the cause of the blaze.
Fire investigators are still determining the cause of Tuesday night's four-alarm blaze at Tyler Perry's southwest Atlanta studio.
As of Wednesday morning, Atlanta fire personnel remained on the scene of the incident, checking for any hot spots that remain from the fire, according to The Atlanta Journal Constutition.
Dozens of firefighters contained the blaze to one building in the center of the 30-acre complex, the paper said.
Perry built the 200,000-square-foot studio on Contintental Colony Parkway in southwest Atlanta in 2008, CBSAtlanta reported.
The station said that the first 911 call about the fire came in at 8:41 p.m. The blaze was extinguished in about an hour.
Firefighters upgraded the incident to a four-alarm fire when they saw the size and location of the blaze, Atlanta Fire Captain J. L. Bundrige told CBSAtlanta. A total of 13 fire engines and 12 ladder were dispatched, along with other emergency vehicles.
No one was injured during the fire, according to 11Alive, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Perry recently hosted a fundraiser and reception for President Barack Obama when he made a campaign stop in Atlanta.