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According to TMZ, deadly wild fires are destroying more than 10,000 homes in the state, down a state, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, a special fire-fighting force to fight the flames surrounding a $ 60 million manor outside Los Angeles. reported that they have the luxury of fastening.
On Thursday evening, Woolsey Fire forced Kardashian to evict and evacuate the couple's Secret Hills within an hour.
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– Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) 9 November 2018
According to TMZ, because she and the rapper were her husband's tools, they were able to hire a special team of firefighters who saved their homes quickly.
However, TMZ added that private firefighters were also encouraged to rescue other houses in the neighborhood. Because the house of Kardashian and the West sits at the end of a dead-end street and limits an area – that is, by the entry of their homes into flames, it creates a ın domino effect sokak that will endanger the nearby houses.
The team dug a series of trenches to create a fire break around the house. Neighbors told TMZ that they were grateful that the couple had put money to bring in firefighters to rescue all their homes.
Kim Kardashian's sister Kourtney and Khloe were also forced to evacuate their house in Calabasas nearby. Khloe Kardashian tweeted on Friday and had to leave immediately with her 6-month-old daughter True.
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– Khloé @khloekardashian Instagram photos and videos • Imgwonders November 10, 2018
Meanwhile, former Stepparent Caitlyn Jenner almost lost her home, with Woolsey Fire advancing southward towards Malibu.
However, the fire, Miley Cyrus, Neil Young and Gerard Butler's house did not blow. Early Monday morning, Cyrus tweeted that his home in Malibu had been destroyed in 2016 with a $ 2.5 million mansion he had purchased with his fiancée Liam Hemsworth.
On Tuesday, the fire had spread to 96,314 acres with a 35 percent deposit. Up to 435 buildings were destroyed and 200,000 people were evacuated. Mandatory eviction orders were still held on Tuesday morning for Hidden Hills, Calabasas, Malibu, Bell Canyon and Topanga.
On Sunday, Kim Kardashian, her sisters, and her mother, Kris Jenner, had sufficiently recovered from the outrage to take part in the People's Choice Awards, for which she received an award for the Best Reality TV show, the Daily Mail reported. They gave their awards to those at the forefront of California's fires.
Kim Kardashian, & # 39; Our Family Receives the Choice Award & # 39; Our hearts are Broken, says https://t.co/c4dybOoYru
– People people) November 12, 2018
Sonra We want to dedicate this achievement to all firefighters, police officers and first responders, uz said Kim, then Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall Jenner, and Kris Jenner on the podium.
Kim Kardashian says to the audience, "It was so horrible, it was amazing to see the soul of everyone involved."
Imiz Anything we can do to help many organizations – no form of help is too small. We should continue to reach each other and help him through these working times, Bu he added.
The Daily Mail said the Kardashian sisters went to the Dodger Stadium to see Kanye West's show with Kid Cudi. At the concert, Kendall Jenner could be seen wearing a medical mask, a common measure that people took to protect themselves from fire.