The Woolsey fire in Calabasas is one of two separate brush fires that erupted on Thursday, forcing mandatory evacuations. "Thank you for all that you do for us!"
Ms. Kardashian West, a reality television personality who recently visited President Trump at the White House, said on Instagram that she safely evacuated her Los Angeles County home on Thursday evening as the wildfires approached. "Pray everyone is safe".
She revealed she had an hour to pack and evacuate from her home in the Calabasas area.
Another fire in Thousand Oaks (a community still reeling from a tragic mass shooting) and Newbury Park neighborhoods of Los Angeles threatened to destroy Milano's home.
"Pray for Calabasas", she wrote on her Stories.
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As of Friday morning, more than 20 million people were under red flag warnings across the California state.
Alyssa Milano, a leading force in the #MeToo social movement against sexual harassment, asked for help getting five horses out of the area and said she had taken her "kids, dogs, computer and my Doc Marten boots".
"Shape of Water" director Guillermo del Toro said he evacuated Thursday night. "I think she's a little confused", she told Ashley Graham on the model's podcast Pretty Big Deal.
In addition to homes destroyed, Paramount Ranch's "Western Town", a landmark film location dating back to 1927 that included a jail, hotel and saloon, burned to the ground.
Rainn Wilson, former star of The Office, singer Melissa Etheridge, and Roma Downey, the wife of The Apprentice producer Mark Burnett, all said they had scrambled to evacuate at short notice.