Published: Wed, November 14, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Miley Cyrus 'Completely Devastated' After Losing Home In California Wildfires

Miley Cyrus 'Completely Devastated' After Losing Home In California Wildfires

At least 29 people were confirmed dead in the wildfire that obliterated the Northern California town of Paradise, equaling the deadliest blaze in state history.

"We have strong evidence of Southern California Edison's responsibility for the fire", said Alex Robertson, a plaintiff lawyer who also has brought cases against the utility over the mudslides that destroyed parts of coastal Montecito, California, a year ago as the result of wildfires. A series of wildfires in Northern California's wine country last fall killed 44 people and destroyed more than 5,000 homes.

The singer wrote that she is "completely devastated" by fires that have killed at least least 31 people and forced thousands to evacuate.

The blazes have been whipped up by hot dry winds expected to continue through Tuesday evening, according to officials. According to Mark Ghilarducci, director of the California Office of Emergency Services, who also spoke to NBC, an estimated 150,000 people remained under mandatory evacuation orders and are not allowed to return home to survey the damage for themselves.

Firefighters battle a blaze at the Salvation Army Camp on November 10, 2018 in Malibu, California.

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Wildfires aren't uncommon in California, so when they began, most people thought they might burn up a few square kilometres of land and then die out, Edwards said.

Despite concerted efforts from state and local authorities, reports revealed that more than 200 people are still unaccounted for following the first breakout of the fire.

"In some cases", he said, "the fire burned so intensely that it burned everything to the ground, and in some cases it melted the metal".

"These are extreme conditions", Osby said.

In an Instagram post, the star can be seen standing in front of a burnt out auto, which he captioned: "Returned to my house in Malibu after evacuating".

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There was only one way out of Paradise for residents fleeing the fire, the four-lane road known as Skyway, which quickly became paralysed by traffic, a situation similar to what residents of Malibu endured along the Pacific Coast Highway, another choke point. "If you are interested in getting involved see next tweet.donate, time, supplies.I love you more than ever, Miley".

The couple and their 25-year-old son, Colin, used hoses, buckets of water and chain saws to battle flames and cut back brush as the fire kept coming to life.

California utility stocks plummeted for a second trading day on Monday.

PG&E Corp., which operates in the northern part of California, dropped 16 per cent, bringing its loss over two sessions to 29 per cent, equivalent to US$8-billion. President Donald Trump has blamed "poor" forest management for the fires.

"You can't just make a blanket statement", Rice told MSNBC on Monday, adding that fires and forest management were complicated and that weather also was a major factor.

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"We're right in the middle of it", Robertson said.

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