LeBron James and the family of the Los Angeles Lakers superstar had to leave with nearly 200,000 people in California because of the wildfire.
The fury of the “fire lady” is devouring a lot of land in northern and central California, prompting local officials to declare a state of emergency, dispatching people to evacuate people overnight to ensure safety. .
Last night, LeBron James updated the situation on Twitter that he and his family had been forced to leave their home to a safer place. But despite her best efforts to find a place to spend the night, LeBron had no luck when every hotel in the nearest safe area was full.
The Lakers star tweeted early Monday morning that he was forced to evacuate his home in Los Angeles and seek shelter elsewhere due to the raging fires, which he said were “no joke.”
James shared that he was looking for a place to stay but was having a difficult time finding any available lodging, though he apparently solved that problem shortly after sending the initial tweet.
LeBron James’ tweet about NBA wildfires is not a joke
Not long after posting his first tweet about driving around to find a place to stay, the LA Lakers player appeared to have gotten some help, calling it a crazy night.
“Finally found a place for us to stay! What a crazy night”
Not long after finding a place to live, LeBron James took the time to send his best wishes, as well as pray for those affected by this wildfire. He also thanked the fire fighting, rescue and rescue units for timely response and efforts to extinguish the spreading fire.
According to CBS News, two firefighters were injured in the line of duty. In which, one person suffered severe burns and had to be taken to the emergency room by helicopter.
“Please get to a safe place as soon as possible”
“Best wishes to the first responders. They’re doing what they do best!”
The fire is burning tens of thousands of hectares of forest in northern and central California. Currently, the number of people displaced has reached nearly 200,000. To make matters worse, winds of up to 75 mph are propelling the flames to the immediate vicinity.
According to CBS News, this is considered the largest “migration” in California history and is affecting nearly 1 million people.
The fire is burning tens of thousands of hectares of forest in California
A home’s security camera shows the fire coming very close to a residential area and people are urgently evacuating
“This is probably one of the biggest weather disasters in the history of the state of California,” – a meteorologist said.