The victims were reported in a massive hell last season in the city of Paradise, in the province of Bota in the north of the state capital Sacramento, where 700 buildings rose fire, officially becoming the most destructive fire in California.
The quick flame, which the authorities called the camp fire, broke out this morning. By strong winds, it scorched 90,000 acres (36,400 acres) and is only 5 percent contained, California fire extinguishing (Cal Pierre) said late Friday.
Other major fires raged in southern California, including one north of Los Angeles and another one in Ventura County near Thousand Oaks, where a Marine Corps soldier was killed and 12 people killed in a music bar in the country on Wednesday night.
"The extent of the devastation we've seen is really unbelievable and heartbreaks and our heart goes to anyone who is hurt by it," said Mark Ghilarducci, director of the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services.
Governor-Gavin Newsom announced a state of emergency to help the fire areas.
At the end of Friday at the end of the bluff in the province of Bota, miners Hona, said that his "sad duty" is to update the number of dead camp fire to nine.
"I do not have all the details because we have field investigators" trying to reach places where casualties were reported, Huna said at a press conference.
But he said that four people were found in a vehicle in the Paradise area, while another was nearby in a car. Three others were found outside the house, and one inside a house.
Report dozens of other people.
– escaped escape –
Residents who fled from heaven published horrific videos of social media as they traveled through tunnels of smoke swirling and orange flames to break out of the fire.
The flames destroyed hundreds of houses, a hospital, a gas station, several restaurants and many vehicles.
Mandatory evacuation orders were issued for more than 52,000 people in the scenic area at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
"The whole underside of Paradise is completely engulfed in flames right now," said Kevin Winstead, a resident of nearby Maglia, to KIEM TV. "All this is now burning in flames.
"No house will remain," he said. "I'm devastated."
"We just hope that our new house we hoped to move to tomorrow will not burn to the ground," said Winstead.
– & # 39; I pray that everyone is safe & # 39; –
In southern California, authorities said 200,000 people were under evacuation orders.
The Ventura County Fire Department said Walsh Fire had burned some 35,000 acres and had not been included, and that evacuation orders had been issued to about 88,000 homes in the county and Los Angeles County.
"It's critical for residents to pay close attention to evacuation orders," Los Angeles County Fire Brigade said on Twitter. "This is a very dangerous fire."
"Walsh Fire" has jumped off Highway 101 near the city of Agora Hills and parts of the main north-south artery coast have been closed, causing mandatory evacuation, including the entire town of Malibu.
The flames destroyed the Paramount Ranch, a movie to be shown to cowboy shows, including HBO's Westworld.
Cal Pierre published photographs taken from helicopters that showed flames running over hillsides towards millions of dollars in palaces.
"We heard it coming so we set up sprinklers and we hosed the whole house down," said Patrick Henry, a resident of Malibu. "We had enough time to put the dogs in the trunk."
Malibu is one of the most sought after places in California for Hollywood stars seeking privacy and prestige, and was home to Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Charlize Thorn, Brad Pitt and a host of other celebrities .
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, who lives north of Malibu Beach in Calabasas, revealed on Instagram that she had to flee from her home.
"I landed home and had an hour to pack our house, and I pray that everyone is safe," she said.
TV star Charlie Xin chirped that his father, Martin Sheen, and his mother had been missing – but the pair rose unharmed hours later in the evacuation of the coast.
"We're fine, we're at Zuma Beach and we're probably going to sleep in the night car," Martin Sheen told Fox News 11, addressing his grown children.
Shin said it was the worst fire he had seen in 48 years of life in Malibu.
Director Guillermo del Toro chirped that Blake House, his museum and horror film memorabilia, was also on the way to the flames.