Lady Gaga is one of the hundreds of thousands of California residents who have been endangered by the huge fires that continue to spread throughout the state.
On Friday morning, the singer revealed to Instagram that she had been evacuated from her home in Malibu. In a video posted on her Instagram Story, the A star Is Born an actor saw her packing her stuff as smoke clouds hanging over the property.
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Of course in her car, Gaga, 32, shared another clip, writing that "he sends my prayers to everyone today."
Another photograph of the evacuation showed the dark smokes of smoke over the head, which almost concealed the blue sky.
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Gaga later wrote on Twitter, "I think so deeply for all those who suffer today from these violent fires and mourn the loss of their homes or their loved ones." I sit here with your man wondering if my house will burst into flames. is to pray together and one for the other, God to bless you. "
"Thank you for the firefighters, the police, the first and extraordinary associates to do everything you can to help us. You are true heroes," she he added in a separate message.
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Two fires that are currently burning in Southern California have forced thousands of people in the area to leave their homes for security, including many celebrities such as Cardasus, Will Smith and Alyssa Milano.
Someone, called the Woolsey fire, had burnt off 70,000 acres in the cities of Ventura and Los Angeles from Saturday morning and remained at zero retention rate, Cal Fire said. Another, Hill fire, has burned thousands of acres, just blocked from the Thousand Oaks bar where 12 people were killed in mass shooting on Wednesday. Since Friday, the fire has been 15%, according to Cal Fire.
Strong winds, low humidity and dry vegetation have triggered fires, which have spread rapidly throughout the state, causing the fall of a quarter of a million people, according to CNN. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration warns that "strong offshore" winds and low humidity "will promote extremely favorable conditions" for the continued spread of fires.
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Firefighters in the northern part of the state are fighting a fire – known as Camp Fire – which has led to the evacuation of about 40,000 people. From Saturday morning, the fire had burned out of 100,000 acres and was 20 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. That was the biggest of three fiery days since Friday, CNN said.
Five victims were found "in vehicles overtaken by Camp Fire," according to the statement. As their body burns badly, the police could not immediately identify the victims.
Additional four victims were found later.
"One person was in a home and three were outside homes," according to the statement.