Fire breaks out at Historical Blues Alley jazz club

According to officials,  A fire broke out at Georgetown's Blues Alley Jazz Club on Tuesday evening. 

According to the fire department it is included between the attic area of the building, the inner roof of the club and the roof of the brick structure.

Some people were inside the club at the time, but no casualties were reported, according to a fire official. 

The bricks of the outer walls of the building were not damaged by the fire.

The cause of the fire could not be ascertained.

The club dates back to 1965 and is one of the most famous of its kind in the United States.

Whatever damage was caused by smoke and fire on one side, and water on the other side was used to extinguish the fire.

The club said in a tweet, "Blues Alley will not be defeated, The club had escaped the problems created by the coronavirus pandemic, and "will survive this set."