Celebs React to the Getty Fire

Oct 28, 2019 08:01


This video shocked me this morning. Taken just a few hours ago on a route I drive often. The 405 near Getty. So scary. Blessings and safety to all those touched in any way by the fires in my beloved home state of California. Stay safe, folks. Be prepared and take precautions. https://t.co/HxPYU7yyPw
- Ava DuVernay (@ava) October 28, 2019
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lolzerz October 28 2019, 15:46:30 UTC
theres the kincade fire in northern california rn too.
im from the bay area and growing up we never had fires or even heard about nearby fires. the past 3 years my parents have been evacuated 4 times. and my sisters have young kids living there, breathing in that air and missing weeks of school. i keep begging them to leave california its truly become a disaster zone.

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dumpweeds October 28 2019, 15:52:03 UTC
Yeah I live in the bay rn and I don’t even remember it being this hot in October.

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veritas_44 October 28 2019, 15:55:50 UTC
You're right to be concerned but where are you living that natural disasters aren't a concern?

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bellwetherr October 28 2019, 16:11:56 UTC
there are definitely parts of the US that don't really deal with this at the regularity that california has been dealing with it recently

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sestiere October 28 2019, 15:50:28 UTC
how do some people even afford multiple evacuations a year on such a short notice? wow.

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famineaffair October 28 2019, 16:48:40 UTC
these fires are in the hills, where the super rich people live.

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murdertheopera October 28 2019, 20:41:43 UTC
while a lot of these fires are near where the wealthy live, these fires affect regular, 9 to 5 types too and it sucks when people don't acknowledge that and minimize the struggle.

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famineaffair October 28 2019, 21:05:50 UTC
as a regular 9 to 5 type who lives in studio city...i know. it affected my commute this morning and the air i breathe and i packed a go-bag just in case. i'm not saying that wealthy people deserve to burn lol i'm saying that's how they can afford it. it's a bonafide fact that anyone living in the hills is wealthy af. while those of us in the valley are affected by the smoke, THOSE are the homes that burn and need to be rebuilt.

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trancexperiment October 28 2019, 15:52:07 UTC
Wasn’t there a major fire in the hills last year? Jesus.

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marywebgirl October 28 2019, 15:56:38 UTC
Two years ago we had the Skirball Fire on the other side of the highway.

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aria_grace October 28 2019, 16:36:34 UTC
this area burns with serious regularity. Honestly I'm surprised a lot of the structures even still exist

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georgiana08 October 28 2019, 15:54:49 UTC
Sometimes I'm surprised that there's anything left in Los Angeles. It feels like they have these huge fires every year now.

Really hope people stay safe.

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pinkkchocolate October 28 2019, 16:42:37 UTC
i mean LA is really really big and the fires are mostly in the hills/rich people areas so the majority of LA is not that affected outside of traffic and evacuations

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lolzerz October 28 2019, 19:37:24 UTC
even mother nature hates the rich

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inkstainedlips October 28 2019, 15:56:37 UTC
Fire season sucks. At least the temperature has dropped this week.

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