Amy B Wang | Washington Post
Miley Cyrus, Neil Young, and Gerard Butler are celebrities who reported that they had lost their home in a deadly wildfire that devastated California.
On Monday morning, Cyrus destroyed a $ 2.5 million condominium purchased with his 2016 fiance, Liam Hemsworth. From Thursday, Woolsey Fire, which burns Los Angeles and Ventura County in southern California, forced evacuations and threatened thousands of homes from thousands of Oaks to Malibu.
"We have been completely devastated by the fire that affects our community, I am one of the lucky people," the singer and the actor tweeted. "My animals and the love of my life have made it safe and it is important right now. My home no longer exists, but I have a strong memory of sharing with my family and friends.
Cyrus thanked firefighters and the Los Angeles County Sheriff 's Department for encouraging followers to donate to six firefighting and disaster relief organizations.
On Sunday afternoon, Butler sent his image back to his Malibu home after evacuation. The coastal city announced the forced evacuation of residents last Friday.
After our evacuation, we returned to our house in Malibu. A terrible time all over California. Inspired by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of a firefighter. thank you @LAFD. If possible, support brave men and women at https://t.co/ei7c7F7cZx. pic.twitter.com/AcBcLtKmDU
– Gerard Butler (@GerardButler) November 11, 2018
"Welcome to my home in Malibu." I was able to hear what the actor was saying in the Instagram video. We walked to a part of the structure. Smoke and steam were generated from cracks in the driveway. "Half gone, God."
Butler focused the camera on the charred frame of his house, surrounded by the ashes and black bark of the truck.
"Wow." He shook his head and said.
In an article on his Web site, Young said he had "lost" another house in the California fire. The singer also criticized President Trump as "the so-called president," calling for lethal forest fires into poor forest management and instead taking action to counter climate change.
"California is a heaven for all of us, and we are sad that we can not stop the wrath of Mother Nature," Young wrote. California residents "object to what is bigger than we have seen Some people are too big to see Firefighters have never seen anything like this in my life I've heard that I've heard countless hours in the past two days I lost my home. "
A growing number of deaths from forest fires in the United States and southern California led to a report shared with celebrities about the wilderness.
According to reports by Lindsey Bever, Joel Achenbach and Cleve R. Wootson Jr. of the Washington Post, Camp Fire around the northern paradise of the state, Became the most lethal wildfire that hit California in 85 years. The number of campfire deaths is expected to increase because 29 people have been confirmed dead and 228 have not yet been investigated.
Burt County Sheriff Kory Honea told reporters that it would be "very difficult" to identify human remains in the aftermath of the fire.
"The fire was so bad that it burned everything on the ground and sometimes the metal melted," Honea said. "In this case, the temperature may be high enough to consume the body temperature completely."
On Sunday night, a Knife Fire official estimated that Woolsey Fire, near Los Angeles in southern California, burned more than 85,000 acres and destroyed 117 structures and was in a 15 percent containment zone.
The production of the historic Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, as reported by Post's Sonia Rao, did not burn on Friday, and was followed by Guillermo del Toro, Alisa Milano, Lady Gaga, Will Smith, – West and many other celebrities were not burned. And Kanye West, James Woods, Orlando Bloom, Melissa Etheridge, Rainn Wilson, Cher and Pink.
ABC's "The Bachelor" house survived the fire without scarring. Burned next door to the house #BachelorInParadise #BachelorNation pic.twitter.com/VR9cvDBAh6
– Chris Woodyard (@ChrisWoodyard) November 10, 2018
On Sunday, the Caldas are their E! The People's Choice Award, which won the Best Reality Show award for those who responded to a deadly California wildfire.
"Our house in Calabasas, the hidden hills, and the neighbors of Thousand Oaks and Malibu were a tough week." Our minds are not only those who have lost their lives and homes, but also evacuated by the great fire that is now burning. Hundreds of thousands of us have been cut off. "
As of Sunday, six bedrooms and nine bathroom mansions that meet the reality of ABC movies, "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" did not survive the Woolsey Fire. "Said Chris Woodyard, a reporter for USA Today.
On Sunday, recording artist Robin Thicke posted his family on Instagram, and firefighters and volunteers posted "I took my life to save my house". I was not sure if his house was damaged or destroyed.