Charlie Sheen loses contact with parents Martin Sheen and Janet as California wildfire reaches their home
A massive fire broke in Southern California and is burning through the upscale beach resort of Malibu, which is a home to many Hollywood stars including Charlie and Martin Sheen
A massive fire broke in Southern California and is burning through the upscale beach resort of Malibu, which is a home to many Hollywood stars. Amid the resulting chaos, actor Charlie Sheen had put out an appeal on Friday evening asking for information on his parents, Martin and Janet Sheen, after he lost contact with them as they evacuated from the scene of the wildfire, Daily Mail reported.
Charlie tweeted, "[I] cannot get ahold of my parents, Martin and Janet Sheen. They are in the group, at the staging ground near Zuma Beach,' Charlie Sheen tweeted plaintively on Friday night. Zuma Beach was a designated evacuation staging ground for Malibu after the massive Woolsey Fire prompted a citywide evacuation. If anyone has eyes on them, please let me know that they are safe and sound in the middle of this horrific scenario."
i cannot— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) November 10, 2018
get ahold of
Martin and Janet Sheen.
are in the
group, at the
near Zuma Beach.
has eyes on
please let me
know that they
are safe and sound
in the middle of
this horrific scenario.
Actor Martin Sheen was later found safe and sound by a Fox 11 reporter on the beach. Martin informed the crew of the news channel that he was going to sleep in his car tonight.
The Daily Mail reported that this fire has covered 35,000 acres in Ventura County and was not contained at all until 8 pm. The Zuma beach was supposed to be the shelter area for large animals as the evacuation was in progress but, by Friday night, the beach was covered with thick smoke.
According to the reports, as the fire reached the beach, hundreds were trapped there without any resources. The beach got more crowded as the number of people and animals increased throughout the day.
In the evening around 7.34pm Pacific, twitter user TheMikeStewart tweeted to the news outlets, emergency services and law enforcement about the situation and asked for help for his brother.
There are no casualties reported as of now but a concurrent wildfire in Nothern California has killed nine people and 35 people are missing.
Hundreds stranded on Zuma Beach trying to evacuate #WoolseyFire with no water, fuel, shelter or (most importantly right now) information. Please send anyone who can help coordinate @FOXLA @KTLAnewsdesk @CHP_HQ @LAFD *Plea from my brother who is one of them and finally got ahold*— mike stewart (@themikestewart) November 10, 2018