Kim Kardashian, Alysa Milano Driven From Homes by California Wildfires

Danny Woods
November 10, 2018

The Woolsey fire in Calabasas is one of two separate brush fires that erupted on Thursday, forcing mandatory evacuations.

However once she landed, Kim revealed her and kids North, Chicago and Saint only "had 1 hour to pack up & 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".

Her sister, Kourtney Kardashian, also posted in her Instagram stories, including a photo of the trunk of her vehicle packed full of supplies.

She captioned as video with: "Fire fighters are arriving". Kardashian had filmed the massive conflagration from her plane to her Instagram Stories before discovering that it was impacting her community. I am too nervous with these fires. "I pray everyone is safe".

Kim Kardashian and her family were forced to leave their Hidden Hills neighborhood home in Calabasas on Thursday night (November 8) due to the threat of a wildfire burning out of control.

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Melissa Etheridge was also forced to evacuate, and tweeted that she was safe in Santa Monica. As of Friday morning, the Woosley Fire has already impacted more than 10,000 acres of land spanning from Malibu to Calabasas, with approximately 75,000 homes under evacuation orders along the Ventura-Los Angeles County border.

Meteorologists issued red-flag warnings and wind alerts throughout the state into Friday, sparking fears the fires could worsen.

Guillermo del Toro evacuated from his property, where his large collection of horror memorabilia is stored.

She later thanked the firefighters for their efforts, adding: 'Thank you for all you do for us!'

She said, "Pray for Calabasas".

Los Angeles Fire Department Public Information Officer Erik Scott said the blaze destroyed or damaged many buildings.

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