Ronnie Lott Evacuated From Sonoma Hotel Right Before It Burned Down

Ronnie Lott

Evacuated From Sonoma Hotel

Right Before It Burned Down

10/9/2017 11:14 AM PDT


NFL legend Ronnie Lott — along with several huge sports stars — was evacuated from a hotel in Sonoma, CA minutes before it was engulfed in flames … TMZ Sports has learned.

Lott, Byron Scott, Bret Saberhagen, Dan Jansen and more were all in town for the UCSF Medical Center Celebrity Golf Classic … when the raging fires in Northern California began to spread in their direction.

The majority of the VIP guests were staying at the Fountaingrove Inn in Santa Rosa — and when the flames began to get close, officials ordered the hotel to evacuate the guests. 

We’re told all of the celebrities made it out of the hotel — including Lott who posed for a photo in the parking lot of the hotel with starstruck guests … and Bret Saberhagen. 

It’s a good thing they got out when they did … the hotel caught fire and burned down a short time later, a UCSF spokesperson confirmed to TMZ Sports. 

A witness at the hotel tells us the situation escalated so quickly, one guest jumped out of the hotel window and suffered a broken arm trying to escape.

The tournament has been scrapped — and some of the guests have already returned home … including Byron Scott who arrived to LAX early Monday morning.

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