It's gone. Fire has taken it away.
Wildfires north of San Francisco and near Los Angeles have killed at least 23 people, caused record destruction and forced the evacuation of more than 250,000 people, including in Malibu, the coastal enclave of the rich and famous.
The blaze spread rapidly overnight and jumped Highway 101, a major route west of Los Angeles. "I'm devastated by all that's happening", she said. I'm very irritated that fire did not anticipate this, did not get assets here, did not realize that we would have 3,500 people on this campus. According to officials five people of the dead were found in cars in a town that was destroyed by the Camp Fire in the north of California. The other victims were found near or inside homes that burned. "Especially the residents of Paradise who have lost lives", he tweeted.
"It's survival mode", Watkins said Saturday after making it home the day before.More news: Monica Lewinsky thinks Bill Clinton ‘should want to apologize’
The show's producers said in a statement Saturday that, with the area closed to traffic, they didn't know the condition of what is primarily a private residence.
"We've had a lot of tragedy in our community", said Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks, whose district includes Thousand Oaks. Searchers recovered another 14 bodies Saturday, the Associated Press quoted the Northern California sheriff as saying. Jenner's representative noted that the Olympic gold medalist wouldn't know the extent of any damage to the home until she was allowed to return to it.
Heavy smoke and strong winds hampered visibility for crews on the fire lines and residents trying to evacuate fire zones.
"The world is literally on fire right now". Shares of PG&E, which provides electricity in Northern California, fell more than 16 percent, the most since 2002. "Her son said, "Mom you have to, you have to drive through the flames".More news: Patrick Mahomes skips postgame after learning girlfriend's stepfather died at Chiefs game
A Cal Fire spokesman said around 2,000 buildings were believed to have been razed in Paradise.
Paramount Pictures canceled Sunday's premiere of the film "Instant Family" in Los Angeles due the wildfire.
Three-quarters of the city of 130,000 was under evacuation orders, Thousand Oaks mayor Andy Fox said.
The resort is one of the most in-demand locations in California for Hollywood stars seeking privacy and luxury, and has been home to Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Charlize Theron, Brad Pitt and a host of other celebrities. "Pretty much the community of Paradise is destroyed, it's that kind of devastation", said Cal Fire Captain Scott McLean.More news: Westwood surges past Garcia, Oosthuizen to win in Sun City | AP sports