Wednesday , December 8 2021

More and more famous people affected by forest fires: – Totally broken


Thousands of people have died, and nearly 30,000 have lost their homes in the US media as the worst forest fires in California's history.

On Monday night, Norwegian weather, firefighters are still fighting a massive flame that rages more places in the US state. According to the news agency, some of the fire is now under control, but authorities believe it will take weeks to shut off.

Now we are working on identifying all the dead, but still close to 230 people do not count, the news agency reports. Especially in the almost destroyed city of Raj, in the north of the country, this human tragedy is a fact.

– One of the lucky ones

Farther south of the country, Malibu is known to Malibu among the places affected by forest fires. Here, too, the flame quits many homes, but death is considerably lower.

Several world stars among them had to evacuate from their millions of villas during the weekend, including the action star Gerard Butler (48), who shared the picture of his burned house on Twitter. Later came a number of other celebrities.

Famous figures such as Miley Cirus (25), Vill Smith (50), Robin Thicke (41), Orlando Bloom (41) and Ladi Gaga (32) have been hit by a catastrophe. The first one says tvitter that her house in Malibu was burned to the ground.

MARTIN CROSS: Miley Cyrus and actress Liam Hemsvorth are among the stars hit by forest fires. Photo: NTB Scanpik
MOVED FLI: Miley Cyrus and actress Liam Hemsvorth are among the stars hit by wildfires. Photo: NTB Scanpik
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Crash: The picture shows the entrance to the house of Miley Cirus after the destruction of the fire. Photo: NTB Scanpik
Aunt: The picture shows the entrance to the house of Miley Cirus after the destruction of the fire. Photo: NTB Scanpik
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– I'm completely broken by the fires that are furious in my neighborhood. I'm one of the lucky ones. Both my animals and my love are safe, and that's the only thing that's important right now. My house is no longer, but the memories I share with my family and friends I always want to write in a post.

Also, Ladi Gaga's music colleague had to evacuate her home, but it's not clear if her home was turned upside down. On Sunday, the 32-year-old wrote that she did not know what was coming back.

"My thoughts go to those who are hardest hit by this tragedy – those who have lost their homes or someone they love. I'm sitting here with many of you, who are all wondering if our home is taking a flame. All we can do is pray together and for each other. May God be with you all, Gaga writes in one of her upgrades on Twitter, where she also thanks the firefighters for the effort:

Uncertain future

The actor, Orlando Blum, in turn, shared a photo from his neighborhood in Instagram, showing the degree of massive flames.

"So I went two hours ago. Pray that all neighbors be safe and at the same time thank you for brave fires. Take care of yourself," he writes.

Also, artist Robin Thicke and girlfriend April Love Geary (23), who often together make up another child, used the opportunity to thank the firefighters in social media.

Thicke has previously shared the image of his residential neighborhood on Instagram, which shows antique houses surrounded by thick smoke.

"While transporting us safely, firefighters and volunteers risked their lives to save our homes. For them, we want to thank you, write a couple in Instagram.

Later, Thicke shared Snapchat's update, confirming that the family house suffered great destruction.

OPP In FLAMMER: Robin Thicke writes about social media that his house is not. Photo: Snapchat
OPP IN FLAMMER: Robin Thicke writes about social media that his house does not exist. Photo: Snapchat
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Parents are enlightened

Singer Jessica Simpson, some from the Kardashian clan and actor Charlie Sheen (53) are also among forest fires. He created titles when he called his parents in the midst of the flaaming, which he did not get at that time.

Several US media wrote that Shane's parents, Martin and Janet Sheen, later arrived and must be in good shape.

Also, parts of the historic Paramount Ranch, a site that has been featured on many films and TV shows since 1927, is in flames. The last ranch was used to record the main streets in the "fantastic" city of Sveetvater.

100,000 evacuated

Since Thursday, three separate forest fires have been devastated in California. The second-largest, Voolsei Fire, has so far destroyed nearly 215 miles of American landscapes, and over 100,000 people have been evacuated, CNN writes. The reason for forest fires is still unknown, but probably depends on drought and strong winds.

The worst fire, called the "fourth camp" of US authorities and the media, named after the word in that area, required 23 human lives.

All the inhabitants of the aforementioned paradise, where there were more dramatic descriptions than people who had recovered from the flames.

The authorities are afraid that death will increase.

FIRE: On Friday, a fire in California brought parts of the historic Paramount ranch, which was the site for many films and TV shows since 1927. He reports the magazine Variety. Among other things, the HBO "Westward" series used a ranch to record more of its iconic scenes. Video: CNN
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