The wildfire that is still ongoing in California. 56 people have already been found dead while there are still hundreds missing in the Camp Fire. Houses and towns have been affected by the massive fire and lives of many families are lost. Thousands of firefighters have come to help and do their jobs bravely. California today needs serious rebuilding which would take years according to US Emergency Agency Director.
This wildfire has to be one of the greatest and worst disasters ever to come by California even deadlier than the hurricanes that passed by the United States. It has also been one of the most challenging wildfires to put down. Today, there has already been a sign of progress although it has left portions of their “Paradise” devastated. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has required people to stay out of the places where a fire might come back and be vigilant at all times.
It has been reported that homes of celebrities were also burned down by the wildfire and one of those was Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus’ home in California, and it has been a hard time for the couple. They have now committed not just on rebuilding their own house, but they have also donated to help the community. The couple donated an amount of $500,000 according to Miley Cyrus’ charity representative to The Malibu Foundation. The funds will be used for rebuilding the community, homes, financial assistance and wildfire prevention.
Yesterday, Liam Hemsworth posted a heartbreaking photo of what’s left of their home. He also asked people of good heart to extend their help to the many families affected in California. Liam Hemsworth visited Malibu that day, and accordingly, he is happy to see the people in the community coping and helping each other get through. He believes that this will not weaken the people of Malibu slightly strengthen them even more.
Sandra Bullock also donated $100,000 to The Humane Society of Ventura day before the couple’s donation. There are still homes of other celebrities that were burned down by the wildfire, and we can only wish for a fast recovery of the things that were lost. More than anything else, we are thankful for the lives spared.