California wildfires force Kim Kardashian, Alyssa Milano, more to evacuate homes

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California wildfires force Kim Kardashian, Alyssa Milano, more to evacuate homes

Kim Kardashian and Alyssa Milano are among the many stars who have been forced to evacuate as wildfires ripped through California late Thursday.

In her Instagram story, Kardashian initially captured the Woolsey fire from above while riding in a private plane. After landing, the star realized the blaze had spread to her Hidden Hills neighborhood.

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“Just landed back home and had 1 hour to pack up & evacuate our home. I pray everyone is safe,” she captioned a series of images. “They’re evacuating everyone right now from all of our homes.”

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The reality star’s sister Kourtney Kardashian also had to flee her home, capturing the moment via an Instagram story showing her trunk packed, writing, “I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires. No Calabasas tonight.”

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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.

“I just had to evacuate my home from the fires,” the actress posted on Twitter. “I took my kids, dogs, computer and my Doc Marten boots.”

LeAnn Rimes, Melissa Etheridge, and Rainn Wilson also shared their brush with the disaster on social media, asking for prayers and sending support to rescue crews on the ground.

On Thursday, Guillermo del Toro expressed his concern over the fire as it spread to the Malibu area. Noting he had moved to safety, the filmmaker revealed his San Fernando Valley home, which also contains his personal treasury, may be in danger of destruction.

Alanis Morisette also shared the horror of the deadly event with a frightening photo — though it is unknown whether or not her home has been affected.

The City of Calabasas’ official Twitter account noted the Woolsey fire grew to over 2,000 acres with zero percent containment. The Ventura County Fire Department has reported that more than 30,000 homes in the area are at risk.