Thousands of people died and almost 30,000 lost their homes in the US media as the worst forest fire in California's history.
Monday evening in Norwegian time, firefighters are still struggling against massive flames fanning more places in the US state. According to the press agency, some of the fire is now under control, but the authorities believe it will take several weeks before everything is shut down.
Work is underway to identify all the dead, but still closer to 230 people, it does not write, the press agency writes. Particularly close to the rave town of Raja, in the north of the state, that human tragedy is a fact.
– One of the lucky ones
Further on in the south of the state, Malibu is known for its Malibu among places hit by forest fires. And here, a few houses have gone out of flames, but death is considerably lower.
Several world stars among them had to evacuate from their million villas during the weekend, including action star Gerard Butler, 48, who shared the image of his burned home on Twitter. Later, many other celebrities followed.
Famous people such as Miley Cyrus (25), Will Smith (50), Robin Thicke (41), Orlando Bloom (41) and Lady Gaga (32) are all affected by the catastrophe. First writes twitter that her house in Malibu is burned to the ground.
"I've been completely blown up because of the fires that are raging in my neighborhood. I'm one of the lucky ones. And my animals and my love are safe, and that's the only thing that matters right now. My house is no longer, but the memories I share with my family and friends I always want, are written in the post.
Also, music colleague Lady Gaga had to evacuate her home, but it was not clear whether her home was overturned. On Sunday, the 32-year-old wrote that he did not know what he was returning.
"My thoughts go to those who are most affected by this tragedy – those who have lost their homes or someone they love. I am sitting here with many of you who are all wondering if our home will take a flame. All we can do is pray together and one for each other, let God be with you all, Gaga writes in one of her Twitter Updates, where she also thanks firefighters for the effort:
I am grateful that I love you and we are blessing you with all the firefighters and first responders who continue to fight this fire. You risk your lives for us, and I'm so humble with your courage. You are our heroes. #WoolsleyFire
– Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 11, 2018
Actress Orlando Bloom in turn shared a photo from her own neighborhood on Instagram, showing the extent of the massive flaming sea.
"So I left before two o'clock, praying that all neighbors are safe and at the same time thank you for the brave fire." Consider yourself, "he writes.
Also, artist Robin Thicke and model girl April Love Geary (23), who are waiting for the second child together, have taken the opportunity to thank firefighters in social media.
Thicke had previously shared a picture of his residential neighborhood on Instagram, showing starry houses surrounded by thick smoke.
"While we were certain, firefighters and volunteers risk their lives to save our homes. We thank them, write a couple at Instagram.
Later, Thicke shared Snapchat's up-to-date confirmation that the family house had suffered major destruction.
Singer Jessica Simpson, a few in the Kardashian clan and actor Charlie Sheen (53) are also hit by forest fires. The latter created the headlines when he called his parents in the middle of flamingo, who at that time did not receive.
I can not
get ahold or
Martin and Janet Sheen.
group that is on
near the beach Zuma.
let me know
I know them
are safe and sound
in the middle
this awful scenario.
– Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) November 10, 2018
Several US media reported that Sheen's parents Martin and Janet Sheen later arrived and had to be in good shape.
Also parts of the historic paramount ranch, the area that has been the site for many movies and TV shows since 1927 has gone into flames. The last ranch was used to shoot the main street scene in "Westworld" town, "Sweetwater".
From Thursday, three separate forest fires have been devastated in California. The second largest, "Woolsey Fire" has so far destroyed nearly 215 miles of American landscapes, and more than 100,000 people are evacuated, CNN writes. The cause of forest fires is not yet known, but probably depends on droughts and strong winds.
The worst fire called "Camp Four" by US authorities and the media, named after the river in this area, required 23 human lives.
All residents of the aforementioned paradise, where there were more dramatic descriptions of people who were recovering from the flames.
Authorities are afraid that the number of deaths will increase.
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