A fire broke out late Tuesday night at the Cupertino, California based Apple headquarters.
The Santa Clara County Fire Department reported that it was a three alarm blaze, and it burned for over three hours. The fire burned the roof and the second level at one of the campus’ six buildings. The fire was extinguished early this morning, and there were no injuries.
According to Hal Rooney, deputy chief for Santa Clara County Fire, the fire might have originated under an air conditioning unit on the second floor.
The fire was reported at around 10 PM, and took about an hour to get under control.
A few Apple employees came by to check out the scene and take pictures on their iPhones (not a joke). Hopefully, the iPhone 4G blueprints didn’t burn to ashes.
[via Mercury News]