Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian were evacuated by fire in Malibu – News


SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A fire that hit California Ventura County, which forced the evacuation of cities like Malibu and Calabasas, home to several Hollywood stars, leaving the streets famous as Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian and Guillermo del Toro.

They all posted messages on social networks where they shared their experiences during evacuation, expressed their solidarity with other refugees and showed their fear that fire would damage their homes and property.

Lady Gaga shared a photo on Instagram showing she left her home in Malibu while Mexican director Guillermo del Toro posted a Twitter message thanking her for being alive but regretted the possibility of losing the collector's belongings.

Kim Kardashian, who was evacuated with her three children due to closeness to last night's fire, also posted a message on her Instagram account.

"Let's pray for Calabasas, I just came home after the flight and I only had one hour to get everything and evacuate the house," wrote an American socialite.

In addition, the magazine "TMZ" published that former Olympic medalist and television personality Caitlyn Jenner lost her house in the fire.

In turn, actor Charlie Sheen asked for help on Twitter to find his parents, Janet and also actor Martin Sheen.

Other actors and actresses who also had to leave their homes were Roma Downey, Alyssa Milano, Rainn Wilson, Eddie McClintock, and musician Melissa Etheridge.

The "Woolsey Fire," as it is called fire, has so far burned 14,000 hectares and forced the issuance of evacuation orders to 75,000 residences in Ventura and Los Angeles County.

So far there have been no reports of deaths caused by "Woolsey Fire", but there have been fatalities in other active fires in California.

Besides Malibu and Calabasas, a fire also hit the city of Thousand Oaks, where on Wednesday night a fire broke out in a bar where 13 people were killed.

In line with Woolsey, another fire which, although stated less than 48 hours ago, has been considered one of the worst in the history of the state, burning down a northern California area near Chico, 280 kilometers from San Francisco.

The "Camp Api", which advanced at high speed thanks to dry land and strong winds, killed nine people, while another 35 remained missing, swallowing thousands of buildings in the city of Paradise 26,000 and burning 36,420 hectares.


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