Thousands of people have died and nearly 30,000 have lost their homes in the US media as the worst forest fires in California history.
Norwegian time on Monday, firefighters are still fighting the huge flame that raises more places in the US state. According to the news agency, some of the fires are now under control, but the authorities think it will take several weeks before everything is turned off.
Work is now being done to mark all dead, but still close to 230 people, the news agency is not writing. A specially in Paradise city, who has wrecked, in the north of the state, is that the human tragedy is a fact.
– One of the lucky ones
Further to the south of the state, Malibu is famous of Malibu among areas affected by forest fires. Here too, many homes are abolished by the flames, but deaths are significantly lower.
Many of the world's stars had to move away from their million pillars throughout the weekend, including the action star Gerard Butler, 48, who shot a photo of a burning home on Twitter. Later, many other celebrities have followed.
All celebrities such as Miley Cyrus (25), Will Smith (50), Robin Thicke (41), Orlando Bloom (41) and Lady Gaga (32) are affected by the disaster. The first is writing on Twitter that his house in Malibu had burned down to the ground.
– I'm totally broken by the fires that amazed in my neighborhood. I'm one of the lucky ones. My loved ones and my friends are safe, and that's just what's important at the moment. My house is no longer, but the memories I'll share with family and friends I always want, she's writing in a job.
Also, Lady Gaga's musical colleague must leave her home, but she was not clear if her home was reversed. On Sunday, the 32-year-old wrote that she did not know what she returned to.
"My thoughts are going to the most hit by this disaster – those who have lost their homes or someone they love. Sit here with many of you, all of whom are amazed if our home is removed by the flames, all we can do is pray with each other and one another. May be God with you all, Gaga writes as one of Twitter updates, where she also thanks firefighters for the effort:
I'm so grateful I love you and bless you well for all firefighters and the first responders who continue to fight the fire. You risk us your lives, and I'm as low as your bravery. You are our heroes. #WoolsleyFire
– Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 11, 2018
The actor Orlando Bloom, in turn, has split a picture of his own neighborhood in Instagram, showing the size of the huge flaming sea.
"That's how I walk out two hours ago. Pray for all your neighbors to be safe and at the same time thank you to the brave fires. Caring for yourself," & # 39 ; n write.
Also, the artist Robin Thicke and the love model, April Love Geary (23), who are waiting for their second child with each other, have used the opportunity to Thanks to the firefighters in social media.
Thicke has already shared a picture of his / her own residential neighborhood on Instagram, which shows star homes that are surrounded by dense smoke.
"Although we were safely transported, firefighters and volunteers endangered their lives to save our homes. For them, we would like to thank you, write the couple in Instagram.
Later, Thicke shared the Snapchat update confirming that a family house had suffered a great destruction.
Lighting & parents
The singer Jessica Simpson, several Kardashian clan and actor Charlie Sheen (53) are also among the affected forest fire. The last one creates headlines when he called for his parents in the middle of the flame, and he did not receive at the time.
I can not
get a backhold or
Martin to Janet Sheen.
group in the
near Zuma Beach.
He has eyes
let me know
know they are
safe and sound
in the middle
this horrible situation.
thanks to you
– Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) 10 November 2018
Many American media have written that the parents of Sheen, Martin and Janet Sheen have arrived later and have to be in good condition.
Also, parts of the historic Paramount Region, the area that has been the location of a number of films and television shows since 1927 have risen in flames. The last feature has been used to record the main street scenes in the "Westworld" fiction town, "Sweetwater".
Since Thursday, three separate forest fuel have been damaged in California. The second largest, the "Woolsey Fire", has so far destroyed almost 215 miles of American landscape, and over 100,000 people have been evacuated, CNN writes. The reason for the forest fires is not yet known, but it probably depends on drought and strong winds.
The worst fire called "Four Four" by US authorities and media, named after a river in the area, has asked 23 human lives.
All residents of the above paradise, where people who have recovered from the flames have been more dramatic descriptions.
The authorities fear that the number of deaths will rise.
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