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The Woolsey fire has engulfed one of Westworld’s iconic filming locations, Paramount Ranch. Used for the show’s main street scenes, the ranch was one of many Westworld filming locations. 

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On Friday, the historic Western town fell victim to the Woolsey fire. Officials say that they are not permitted to access the damage, as the area is still active.

A statement shared by HBO reveals that the area has been evacuated and that the fire has directly not interfered with Westworld’s filming, as it is currently not in production.

“Paramount Ranch was one of the locations used during seasons one and two of Westworld, in addition to the primary location at Melody Ranch in Santa Clarita,” the statement reads. “Westworld is not currently in production, and as the area has been evacuated, we do not yet know the extent of the damage to any structures remaining there.  Most importantly, our thoughts go out to all those affected by these horrible fires.”

You can see the full extent of the damage below.

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According to Variety, the town was also used in other productions such as Caught in the Draft, The Lake House, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman and Quickdraw.

To fans, employees, park officials and residents, the Western town will surely be missed.

According to TheWrap, the Woolsey fire has spread to 70,000 acres and claimed the lives of two at the time of press. Around 75,000 homes are currently under evacuation.

We are sending our condolences to anyone affected by the Woolsey fire.