Although the cause of the fire is under investigation, the Anaheim Police Department said that no foul play is suspected.
Nine cars were destroyed or damaged by fires in the main parking structure Monday at Disneyland, and seven people were treated for smoke inhalation but their injuries aren't serious, authorities said.
Disneyland confirmed the fire was on the second-floor of the lot.
During the evacuation, the trams serving the structure were halted.
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The growth wasn't quite as robust in Wellington County, where Erin led the way with a 6.2 per cent population increase. That figure was below the national population growth rate of five per cent and the Ontario rate of 4.6 per cent.
People were allowed to return to their vehicles at around 7 p.m., police said.
Seven Disney employees suffered smoke inhalation. The blaze was in the Mickey & Friends structure, according to Sgt. Daron Wyatt of Anaheim Fire and Rescue. "It's just an accidental fire that started with one vehicle then quickly communicated to other vehicles", the sergeant said.
Darren Clark, whose family of four couldn't get to their auto because of the shutdown, told KNBC-TV: "A lot of people are just exhausted; they've been here all day".
"A lot of people are just exhausted, they've been here all day". "I'm kind of hoping it's not my vehicle". Firefighters were called to the scene at about 4:35 p.m. after an Anaheim police officer reported the blaze.
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