Update 6:13pm PT: The Google Developers Twitter account has posted thanking the Mountain View Fire Department for putting out the fire and that no attendees were hurt. Unfortunately, three event staff members were injured and are receiving treatment.

Update 4:40pm PT: The fire appears to have been extinguished. Emergency vehicles are now departing the Shoreline Amphitheatre and attendees are now being allowed back in.

A fire has broken out inside one of the food establishments within Google’s developer conference. As of now, we do not know if anyone was harmed by the fire or how the fire was started but the press lounge was evacuated for everyone’s safety…

For everyone’s safety, it would appear that Google has stopped people from entering the developer conference.

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