Kardashians Evacuate Calabasas Amid California Wildfires: 'Pray Everyone Is Safe'

Kim Kardashian Evacuated From Her Home Amid Calabasas Wildfire

Kim Kardashian forced to evacuate her home as wildfire sweeps through neighbourhood

They also tweeted this morning that there are mandatory evacuations in place, 'From Las Virgenes Road and Malibu Cyn Road to the Ventura County Line, ' due to, 'a fast-moving fire line'.

Thankfully, True Thompson's momma went on Twitter to reveal she and her daughter were safe in Rob Kardashian's home with her brother and baby Dream. Downey posted a photo of billowing smoke shortly after 9 a.m. and said she was leaving her home off the Pacific Coast Highway with her two dogs in tow. "Just landed back home and had one hour to pack up and evacuated out home".

"Pray for Calabasas", Kardashian wrote on Instagram Stories.

Others who have been affected by the fire include Alyssa Milano, who tweeted, "I just had to evacuate my home from the fires".

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He also urged his fans to help out with relief efforts. More than 20 million locals were under red flag warnings across the state as three major fires - Camp, Woolsey, and Hill fires - burn in California, according to CNN.

"If anyone can get 5 horses out the fire please help me", she wrote.

The 2000-acre Woolsey Fire is now burning in Ventura County with officials reporting zero containment, per the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

A second, separate fire, the Hill Fire, was also spreading rampantly Thursday, but had reduced in size Friday and eventually settled into the footprint of a 2013 fire, according to officials. More than 5,700 buildings in total were destroyed in the 2017 fires; architects are still figuring out how to rebuild, and in a way that keeps homes safe from likely future wildfires.

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