Social media posts published by Ms. Kardashian West, Ms. Milano and other celebrities including singers Melissa Etheridge and Cher placed them among the Californians personally affected by the fast-moving Woolsey and Hill Fires that started Thursday evening in Ventura and Los Angeles counties. "Just landed back home and had 1 hour to pack up and evacuate our home".
Kourtney, the eldest sister, shared a snap of a fully packed vehicle trunk of belongings, writing, "I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires". Caitlyn Jenner's has already lost her house according to a TMZ report.
Some 250,000 residents in Los Angeles and Ventura counties have been evacuated with firefighters still unable to contain the blaze.More news: Bethesda VP Pete Hines: Fallout 76 will last "forever"
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star said: 'Pray for Calabasas. "Pray everyone is safe".
In a tweet, the mother-of-two said: "Governor Brown, please add Kevin Cooper to your legacy of smart, fair and thoughtful criminal justice reforms".
"I just had to evacuate my home from the fires", Alyssa Milano tweeted.
Three separate wildfire are now raging across the state of California.More news: Simon Coveney warns against assuming Brexit border breakthrough imminent
Creator and director Derek Waters was forced to call time on the shoot there when the fires got too close. She later posted a photo from onboard her private jet that showed raging fires lurking beneath. "Thank you for all that you do for us!" she wrote alongside another video. At 2:30 am her sister Khloe tweeted out "I cannot sleep!"
The City of Malibu's Twitter account said the fire was burning out of control.
Kim Kardashian West and her sisters have had to leave their homes. "And unfortunately it's becoming more and more common here in California", actress Natalie Portman said Friday night in Hollywood at an American Film Institute Fest premiere of her film "Vox Lux".
"Bleak House and the collection may be endangered but the gift of life remains", tweeted del Toro, director of Oscar best picture victor The Shape of Water.More news: GUBERNATORIAL: Governors races feature fight for party control in states