Khloé Kardashian and baby True evacuate home as fires rage

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Kim and Kourtney Kardashian were among the people evacuated from their homes as wildfires spread throughout Southern California.

The Woolsey fire has been raging across Ventura and LA County, forcing residents of Kylie's exclusive Hidden Hills neighborhood of Calabasas to evacuate.

The KUWTK reality star shared a series of posts detailing how she and her family had an hour to evacuate their home.

"Pray for Calabasas", Kardashian wrote on Instagram Stories.

"Pray for Calabasas", Kardashian wrote on Instagram.

"Pray for Calabasas. Just landed back home and had 1 hour to pack up & evacuate our home [prayer hands emoji.] I pray everyone is safe" she wrote over footage of flames.

Kim only shared on Thursday that she was evacuating the area with her family, and they're safely away from the fire.

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Thousands of California residents have evacuated their homes due to wildfires, including celebrities Kim Kardashian West and Alyssa Milano.

He also urged his fans to help out with relief efforts.

Another fire in Thousand Oaks (a community still reeling from a tragic mass shooting) and Newbury Park neighborhoods of Los Angeles threatened to destroy Milano's home. That fire is burning almost 10,000 acres and situated only a few miles from the Woolsey fire near the border of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, as reported by ABC 7.

Woolsey is the smallest of the three, but grew at an alarming rate Thursday afternoon, authorities said. Fire officials said they expect the two fires to burn all the way to the ocean.

The fire has burned more than 14,000 acres so far and all of Malibu is under mandatory evacuation.

The 2000-acre Woolsey Fire is now burning in Ventura County with officials reporting zero containment, per the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

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