Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's home in flames from California Wildfire

Danny Woods
November 11, 2018

Now raging through Southern California, the merciless Woolsey fire has forced a quarter of a million people to quickly evacuate their homes.

On Thursday evening, Kardashian shared aerial footage of the blaze, writing "Pray for Calabasas".

Kim Kardashian had to abandon her Calabasas home - posting footage of the flames on her Instagram stories. Transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu home has burned down to the ground, according to TMZ. "Strange" director Scott Derrickson and Paramount Ranch, a popular filming location in Agoura Hills, Calif., were both reportedly destroyed in the blaze as well.

Actor James Woods asked almost 2 million of his Twitter followers to use the hashtag #CampFireJamesWoods to help share names of those who are missing in a separate wildfire in Northern California that has claimed five lives.

She next posted another video of the fire captioned, "Pray for Calabasas".

The Hill Fire threatens the nearby Thousand Oaks community, where actress Alyssa Milano also had to evacuate.

"They're evacuating everyone right now from all of our homes", she said, watching the action from her vehicle.

The Ventura County Fire Department has reported that more than 30,000 homes in the area are at risk. "I can't bear the thought of there being no Malibu I've had a house in Malibu since 1972".

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On Friday afternoon, Kardashian West tweeted that flames had hit the property she shares with her husband, Kanye West. "I pray everyone is safe". "Be safe everyone... so emotional seeing the devastating loss of homes, families & animals".

Melissa Etheridge was also forced to evacuate, and tweeted that she was safe in Santa Monica.

"The fires are at 0% containment and are getting more wild as the minutes pass".

She had previously found refuge in the house when her father died in 2010, Doherty wrote.

Fires have also devastated an area in northern California, killing five people in the town of Paradise, near San Francisco.

To the west of the Woolsey Fire a second, smaller blaze dubbed the Hill Fire has torched nearly 6,000 acres in Ventura County after igniting at around the same time in Hill Canyon Thursday afternoon.

"Hope everyone is being very careful this morning", he tweeted.

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