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9 Dead In California Wildfire Hollywood Celebs Evacuated

At least nine people have died in what has been called California's most 'destructive fire in a century'.

The statewide death toll stood at 25 and appeared certain to rise.

Yuba and Butte county sheriff deputies carry a body bag containing a deceased victim in Paradise on Saturday. "We're getting resources here today from Arizona and we have additional resources coming from surrounding states", Osby said. "Myself and especially those staff members who are out there doing what is important work but certainly hard work".

The 416 Fire in Colorado in June, meanwhile, got its system-generated name simply because it was the 416th incident - not necessarily all fires - reported by the Durango Interagency Dispatch Center in the San Juan National Forest, reported the U.S. Forest Service.

The state's most destructive fire in at least a century has burned down more than 6700 buildings, nearly all of them homes.

Among the celebrity homes reportedly damaged - if not destroyed - was the home of Caitlyn Jenner, who posted an Instagram video reporting that she was in a safe house, but wasn't sure what has become of her home.

Two people have been confirmed dead in the area of the fire, which had blackened some 70,000 acres and was at 0 percent containment, officials said at a morning press conference in Thousand Oaks.

Actor Gerard Butler shared an image of his Malibu home on social media, which the Woolsey Fire in California has destroyed.

Named the 'Camp Fire, ' it's the most destructive one in state history, surpassing last October's Tubbs Fire, which leveled over 5,600 structures. Evacuations included the city of Malibu, home to some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Firefighters are trying to battle two separate fires from raging through upscale homes and neighborhoods. But what they saw when they stepped outside shocked them. Officials said two firefighters and multiple residents were injured.

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But an expected narrow window of calm is giving firefighters hope of slowing the flames that have marched a path of destruction toward the sea, burning everything from mobile homes to mansions.

Hours after the the fire broke out, as Paradise was being evacuated, fleeing residents found themselves trapped in gridlock traffic as the fire closed in. At least six people were killed, five of them in their vehicles, as they sought to escape the fire.

"I am thinking so deeply for everyone who is suffering today from these abominable fires & grieving the loss of their homes or loved ones", Lady Gaga said.

"We knew Paradise was a prime target for forest fire over the years", he said. "We've had 'em come right up to the city limits - oh, yeah - but nothing like this".

McGregor said he probably won't rebuild: "I have nothing here to go back to".

Some homes and other buildings in Paradise were still burning, and fire crews worked to put out the blazes. Officials warned firefighters to wear their helmets and be careful of falling trees.

It comes as a nurse revealed she "thought she was going to die" when her auto was engulfed in flames after she evacuated the hospital where she worked.

Mrs Herrera, who lives in Paradise with her 88-year-old husband Lou left a frantic voicemail to family saying they needed to get out.

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