The Kardashian family, which established its headquarters in the Hiddens Hills and Calabasas neighborhoods, was just one of many who was forced to leave their homes due to fires that were active for two weeks in the state. in California.
The aerial photographs that went beyond the evacuated areas, including the Kanye West and Kim Kardashian neighborhood, revealed a few days ago that the famous mansion's mansion was surrounded by a crew equipped with tanks, and now the TV talked about her decision criticized for resorting to private fire service to make sure her home is standing.
Kim began by ensuring that the control of the perimeter that was set around his property – the flames reaching the door – greatly prevented the fire from spreading to the rest of the exclusive community, and wanted to point out that her instructions always save as much more homes, not just their own homes.
"I think we are very lucky to have the help of the firefighters we had at our disposal, our house is at the very end of a park and the area was already burned if our house burned, the rest would have been the next" , explained the celebrity who has not yet managed to return to his mansion because of the smell of smoke on his way through the "The Ellen Show" program to bring the context to seriousness.
"We are privileged and aware that this luxury was not available to many other people, but in our case we could hire private firefighters." "They saved our house and our neighborhood, they were there to control all the houses that were on the edges [del parque], so no, my original thought was not, "I'll protect my house alone." I told them to handle everything, because once it started, once it burned ours, the entire neighborhood could be burned. I am aware that it is a blessing that we can do that, "he concluded.
In her turn, her husband, Kanye West, donated 400,000 dollars – partly through his Yeezy collection for Adidas – to two organizations involved in the fire fighting campaign in California and another 100,000 to one of the Firefighters involved in rescue work and who have lost their own house in tragedy.