Updated at 1:45 p.m.
A fire damaged actress Annette Funicello's house in Encino Thursday morning and three people were transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation in good condition, according to City News Service.
Funicello's ex-husband, Jack Gilardi, told the Associated Press that the 68-year-old actress was at home with her current husband and a nurse.
Gilardi said they were exposed to smoke but will recover.
The former Disney Mouseketeer has been in declining health with multiple sclerosis, according to City News Service.
Forty-five firefighters were sent to 3100 block of N. Fond Dr. at 7:21 a.m., and put out the fire in 24 minutes, Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
LAFD Capt. Tina Haro said arson investigators were working to determine the cause of the fire. An estimate of the damage to the approximately 3,600-square-foot home was not immediately available, according to CNS.
"Right now, we're standing by before we start doing overhaul operations where we try to secure people's belongings that are still salvageable—pictures and memorabilia and stuff that would be important to them,'' Haro told TV station KCAL.
Watch the attached video for an interview with Funicello's neighbor, Megan Foster.
City News Service contributed to this report.