Saturday , April 17 2021

California: Hollywood Stars Exhausted by Fire in California | international



Fire that affects Venture County California, and that's it forced into the well-populated Malibu and Calabasas populations, where he lives several Hollywood stars, left Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Guillermo del Toro and other celebrities.

Everyone has posted messages on social networks where they share their experiences during evacuation, express their solidarity with the rest of the evacuated and they show their fear of fire destroying their homes and properties.

Singer Lady Gaga shared the photos on Instagram showing how he left his Malibu home.

Mexican director Guillermo del Toro published a message on Twitter thanking him for being alive, but sorry for the possible loss of their collector's items.

Kim Kardashian, who was evacuated from three children by the nearness of the flames last Thursday, posted the following message in her Instagram account"I'm sorry for Calabasas, I just got home after the flight and I have only one hour to wake up and evacuate the house."

In addition, the TMZ magazine announced that the Olympic ex-detective and current television personality Caitlyn Jenner lost their home in the fire.

Other actors and actors who also had that they are leaving their homes of Roma Downey, Alyssa Milano, Rainn Wilson, Eddie McClintock and musician Melissa Etheridge.

"Woolsey Fire", as it is dubbed, For now it has burned 14,000 hectares and forced the issuance of an evacuation order for 75,000 Apartments in Ventura and Los Angeles County.

With Malibu and Calabasas, lThe flames also reached the Thousand Oaks population, where Wednesday night he shot at a bar where thirteen people lost their lives, including the attacker.

Parallel to "Woolsey", another fire, despite being declared less than 48 hours is already considered one of the worst in state history, burning northern California near Chica, about 280 miles from San Francisco.

"Camp Fire", which has advanced rapidly thanks to its dry terrain and strong winds, caused the deaths of nine people, and another 35 remained missing, captured thousands of buildings in the city of Raja (26,000 inhabitants) and burned 36,420 hectares.


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