Kim Kardashian West, Alisa Milano, and other stars were among the thousands of people who had to evacuate their homes because of the Volcian fire that is destroying the Los Angeles County.
The flames began on Thursday night, and on Friday they pushed toward Malibu and the Pacific Ocean, causing the evacuation of Malibu, Calabasas, Agora Hills, and other nearby areas.
Kardashian, 38, has published pictures and videos of the fire on her private intruder story from a private jet, people reported. She revealed that she had an hour to pack and evacuate from her home in the Calabasas area.
"I just landed home and had an hour to pack our house, I pray that everyone is safe," she wrote.
On Friday, a star "Keeping with the Kardashians" revealed the fire reached her and her husband Kanye West, but the flames "contained".
Kim's sister, Courtney, also revealed in the social media that she had to evacuate her home.
"I pray that everyone will be protected and protected from these fires, not Calvasas tonight," Courtney wrote in her Instagram story along with a photograph of suitcases packed in the trunk of a car.
Chloe's sister, Chloe, who also lives in Clavasas, ordered Thursday that she and her six-month-old daughter were staying with her brother Rob Kardashian.
In follow-up, the good American founder said, she was "too nervous" for sleep and could not believe what was happening.
The actress revealed that she and her family were also forced to leave, noting that her children and horses were safe, but her home was still "in danger."
"The horses are safe at last, my children are safe." Milan chirped. "My home is in danger but everything with a heartbeat is safe, thank you all for your concern."
She added: "For those who still insisted on hurting, because our political affiliation is different, you are what is wrong with the country."
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The former Cardashian policeman had lost her Malibu house in the fiery fire of Walsy.
According to TMZ, citing sources, the house of the candle went up in flames on Friday. She has been at home since 2015.
Following the report, the 69-year-old took Instagram to let her followers know she was safe, noting that she was not sure if "her house did it or not."
"We're safe at home safe," said Gern on Sofia and the jeans. "I do not know if the house did it or not, it's still hanging in the air."
Marvell's director, "Dr Strange," Scott Drexon, squeaked on Thursday as part of a mandatory evacuation, and several hours later Drickson discovered that his family had lost their home.
"We lost the house, but we are all safe and that is the main thing," he wrote. "Going to be offline for a while."
The star told her social media advocates on Friday that she should evacuate because of the fire in southern California.
"Evacuation earlier this morning," the actress "A Star Is Born" wrote a picture that showed the thick smoke from the fire, her story of the instagram.
On Friday, the star told her fans that she was "worried" about her Malibu house, revealing that "her friends' houses were burned."
"I'm worried about my house, but there's nothing I can do," she wrote.
"My friends burned homes I can not bear the thought of being not Malibu I had a home in Malibu since 1972."
The singer chirped on Friday that she had not been able to get home to her Calabasas to retrieve her personal belongings due to Fire Woolsey
"Ayam (Sick) is genuinely worried about my house and burn it right on the mall in calabasas," she wrote.
"And I can not get home to any of my things now."
"The Office" He squeaked On Thursday he was forced to evacuate "due to fires nearby in Oaxaca Oaks".
"(Pigs and dogs are fine, thanks) Please send your prayers to the people of Thousand Oaks and the victims of the shooting that now have to evacuate their homes and neighborhoods, and then send them some money."
As a follow-up, the actor shared a picture of the fire smoke, captioning the picture "My house is in it.
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The singer took Twitter on Thursday to let her fans know that she had vacated her house and is now staying at the hotel.
"Well, well, as if life should be more interesting … We have a mandatory evacuation of our house because of
#Walsfyer, "wrote Atridge.
"We went to a hotel in Santa Monica, where we would stay until we could return, sending love and strength to our incredible firefighters in California.
A former "Bones" player also shared with his followers in the social media that he should evacuate his home and since then found a hotel.
"Thank you all for the wishes, we cleared our house, and we found a hotel in West Hollywood," he wrote.
"So much respect for these firefighters, they are a rare species, conveying love and safety to all those who have been hurt."
Fire department officials could not estimate how many buildings were lost from the so-called Volcanic Fire Burning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, but said they were expected to be significant.
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Tens of thousands of people were ordered to evacuate, but there were no casualties from residents or firefighters, said Los Angeles District Deputy Lt. Dave Richardson.
"The challenges are, number one, competing resources," said Richardson.
"We all know this is the second fire in Ventura County, and it's on the heels of what happened in Northern California, where they had a devastating loss in the Butte County.
Fox News & Morgan Evans and Associated Press contributed to this report.