At least Write a review died of forest fires around northern San Francisco and the outskirts of Los Angeles, California, which forced the evacuation of more than 250 thousand people, including Malibu residents, home to many stars.
Forest fires span more than 40,000 hectares and threaten to destroy tens of thousands of properties, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.
Others 50 thousand homes and businesses they ran out of electricity because of the fire.
The fire, called Camp Fire & # 39;, has destroyed more buildings than any other such incident in the state's history, according to data compiled by the department.
And the situation may worsen, because according to weather forecasts, strong winds are expected in Oxnard, Burbank and Simi Valley during Sunday.
Since the fire began, more than 150,000 homes have been ordered to evacuate, including residences in the most exclusive and rich places in the United States.
Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Guillermo del Toro, Scott Baio and Rainn Wilson They are among the celebrities who were forced to leave their homes. Some, like the Mexican Del Toro and Jenny Caitlyn, do not know what happened to their homes, but the fire destroyed the home of Scott Derrickson, director of Dr. Strange & # 39 ;, and the historic Paramount Ranch where they filmed shows like " Westworld & # 39; by HBO & # 39; Dr. Quinn, a medical woman& # 39;
Evacuated last night from the houses that contain the collection (Shadow House) because the fire is already in Agoura, Malibu and extends. Things to see what happens, but here I follow. Hugs
– Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) November 9, 2018
According to the New York Times, the house of Del Toro named by him as Bleak House contains more than 700 original works, including sketches of "Sleeping Beauty" and works by Robert Crumb.
O fire started on Thursday night and on Friday advanced to Malibu and the coastThus, it was necessary to expel Malibu, Calabasas, Agoura Hills and other areas near the county of Los Angeles.
Alyssa Milano said her home was "at risk" when trying to evacuate her five horses. Shortly thereafter, the actress got the help she needed and tweeted that her horses were fine.
"My children are safe … Anything that has a pulsing heart is safe," he said.
O Jenner's house was burned down, reported the celebrity website TMZ, but the Olympic medalist indicated in a video on the Instagram that she did not know "whether the house was saved or not." He confirmed that she was safe.
Kim Kardashian posted a video on Instagram that showed an area catching fire with a message "Pray for Calabasas"He said he came home, spent an hour packing and evacuated shortly thereafter.
Lady Gaga He posted videos in his Instagram stories of evacuating his 22.5 million dollar ocean view home. In the images you can see how the smoke covers a large part of the horizon.
I am thinking so deeply for all who are suffering today with these abominable fires and grieving over the loss of their homes or loved ones. I am sitting here with many of you wondering if my house is going to explode in flames. All we can do is pray together and for each other. God bless you.
– Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 10, 2018
Derrickson announced that he was unhurt, although he lost his home.
Cher she said worried about her house in Malibu, one area where the actress and singer lived more than 45 years.
"I'm worried about my house, but I can not do anything," he tweeted. "There are houses of friends who have been burned, I can not bear the idea that there is no Malibu, I have a house in Malibu since 1972."
In addition to the dozens of destroyed houses, the historic film set "Western Town", Paramount Ranch, located in the mountains of Santa Monica, north of Malibu, completely burned.
"Western Town" was created specifically for television productions of the 1950s and included a hotel, a chain and a canteen.
That farm worked like site for productions ranging from 'The Adventures of Marco Polo', from 1938, to television shows like 'The Mentalist' and & # 39; Weeds & # 39;. The setting in the mountains west of Los Angeles dates back to 1927, when Paramount Pictures rented and started making movies there.
It has also been used in western films like "The & # 39; Kid of Cisco & # 39; e & # 39; Zane Gray Theater by Dick Powell.
Filming continued for decades, even after the ranch changed ownership. It was acquired by the National Park Service in 1980, but continued to function as a location for movies, and in it were made the first two seasons of 'Westworld'. HBO said it did not know how serious the damage was, and expressed concern about "everyone affected by these horrible fires."
With information from AP and Bloomberg *