Thursday , March 30 2023

Woolsey Fire is not Kim Kardashian, other stars are running away.


Kim Kardashian was forced to grab as much as she could in an hour and flee to her home on Thursday night because the out of control Woolsey Fire threatened her neighbor in the suburbs of Los Angeles.

In a video posted on a reality TV star's Instagram Story, she found she had just arrived in a hidden heath compound shared with her husband, Kanye West, and found she had to evacuate by a cry of fire.

Kim Kardashian Instagram Story

"I just landed at home and packed up for an hour and I was evacuated, I pray that everyone will be safe." The 38-year-old "with the Caldas" star wrote.

According to the Los Angeles Times, she does not seem to be the only celebrity to escape from Woolsey Fire's way of destroying hundreds of homes all night.

The Associated Press was ordered by the entire city of Malibu to evacuate due to a fire in the Simi Valley on Thursday afternoon, and jumped off Interstate 101 to head to the beach area.

Many Hollywood celebrities live in Malibu. There are about 13,000 inhabitants. Malibu has Barbra Streisand, Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. I did not say anything about whether they had evacuated.

However, the Los Angeles County Fire Department posted this warning on Twitter. "Imminent Threat!"

"Everyone is now evacuating everyone in every home," a spokesman said in a video shot on his private plane in a flame near his home.

Kalavasas City, near the hidden hill, also issued a voluntary evacuation order in the southern highway 101 south. Kourtney's sister, Kourtney, decided to live and evacuate in Calabasas.

Kourtney Kardashian shared a photo in the Instagram Story of a car trunk with a packed suitcase.

"I pray that all will be kept safe and protected from these fires. There is no Calabasas tonight," Kourtney Kardashian took the caption.

Kourtney Kardashian Instagram Story

Earlier Friday morning, the fire grew to zero containment to 8,000 acres, and several fire stations responded to help fight, reported. At least 30,000 people had to evacuate.

The second fire, called Hill Fire, is located in Ventura County, Newbury Park, near Sousand Oaks, just a few miles from the deadly mass shooting scene that killed 12 people Wednesday night. (Ventura County).

The fire occurred on Thursday afternoon. The area was between 8,000 and 10,000 acres, reported, closing weekly highway 101, threatening and evacuating homes.

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