Thousands of people have died and nearly 30,000 have lost their homes in the American media as the worst forest fires in California history.
Monday evening, Norwegian fires still fight the massive flames that rage more places in the US state. According to the news agency, some of the fires are now under control, but the authorities believe it will take several weeks before everything is shut down.
The work is now being done to identify all dead, but still closer to 230 people are not reported, writes the news agency. It is especially in paradise's close-cut city, in the northern part of the state, that the human tragedy is a fact.
– One of the lucky ones
At the lake of the state, Malibu is famous Malibu among places affected by forest fires. Even here, a number of homes are extinguished by the flames, but the death rate is significantly lower.
Several world stars among them must evacuate from their millions of villas this weekend, including action star Gerard Butler, 48, who shared a picture of his burned home on Twitter. Later a number of other celebrities have followed.
Famous personalities like Miley Cyrus (25), Will Smith (50), Robin Thicke (41), Orlando Bloom (41) and Lady Gaga (32) are all affected by the disaster. The former writes on Twitter that her house in Malibu has burned down to the ground.
"I'm completely broken by the fires raging in my neighborhood. I'm one of the lucky ones. Both my animals and my love are safe, and that's the only thing that matters right now. My house is no longer, but I always like the memories I share with family and friends, she writes in a post.
The music lady Lady Gaga must also evacuate her home, but it is unclear whether her home was angry. On Sunday, the 32-year-old wrote that she did not know what she returned to.
"My thoughts go to those who are the hardest hit by this tragedy – those who have lost their homes or someone they love. I'm sitting here with many of you who wonder if our home is taken by the flames. All we can do is pray together and for each other. May God be with you all, Gaga writes in one of her Twitter updates, where she also thanks the firefighters for the effort:
I'm so grateful I love you and good bless you to all firefighters and first respondents who continue fighting this fire. You risk your life for us, and I'm so humbled by your courage. You are our heroes. #WoolsleyFire
– Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 11, 2018
Actor Orlando Bloom, in turn, has shared a photo from his own neighborhood at Instagram, which shows the extent of the massive blazing sea.
"Then I went out two hours ago. Ask for all neighbors to be safe and at the same time thank the brave fires. Take care of yourself," he writes.
Even the artist Robin Thicke and model girlfriend April Love Geary (23), who are waiting for her second child together, have taken advantage of the opportunity to thank the firefighters in social media.
Thicke has previously shared a picture of his own residential area at Instagram, which shows star houses surrounded by thick smoke.
"While we were transported, firefighters and volunteers risked their lives to save our homes. To them we would like to thank you, write the couple at Instagram.
Later, Thicke has shared a Snapchat update confirming that the family's house has suffered severe destruction.
Enlightened the parents
Singer Jessica Simpson, several in the Kardashian clan and actor Charlie Sheen (53) are also among the forest fires. The latter created headlines when he called his parents in the middle of the flamingo, which he did not receive at that time.
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– Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) November 10, 2018
Several American media have written that Sheen's parents, Martin and Janet Sheen, later arrived and must be in good condition.
Even parts of historic Paramount Ranch, the area that has been the site of many movies and TV shows since 1927 has risen into flames. The last ranch has been used to record the main street scenes in the "Westworld" fiction town, "Sweetwater".
Since Thursday, three separate forest fires have taken place in California. The second largest, "Woolsey Fire", has so far destroyed nearly 215 miles from the US landscape and over 100,000 people have been evacuated, CNN writes. The cause of forest fires is not yet known, but is probably due to drought and strong winds.
The worst fire known as "Camp Four" by US authorities and the media, named after a river in the area, has demanded 23 human lives.
All the inhabitants of the above-mentioned paradise, where there have been more dramatic descriptions from people who have recovered from the flames.
The authorities fear that the number of deaths will increase.
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