While three uncontrolled fires burned in California, Liam Hemsworth has shared a photo that shows all that remains of the Malibu house he shared with his girlfriend Miley Cyrus.
"It has been a heartbreaking day, this is what remains of my house, love," began the long legend that accompanies a striking image of its burned walls, with the charred remains of the letters "LOVE" that once decorated the space .
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"Many people in Malibu and the surrounding areas in California have also lost their homes and my heart is with everyone affected by these fires," said the 28-year-old. The Hunger Games the star continues "Yesterday I spent the day in Malibu and it was amazing to see the community coming together to help each other in any way they can. Malibu is a strong community and this event will only make it stronger. "
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Hemsworth also offered thanks to the firefighters and volunteers who continue to fight the fire. "It's going to be a journey to rebuild, keep everything strong.To help / donate, visit @malibufoundationand @happyhippiefdn."
Cyrus, 25, paid tribute to his place of residence in the song with the success of 2017, "Malibu." The night of last Sunday opened on the loss with a publication on Twitter.
"Completely [devastated] for the fires that affect my community. I am one of the lucky ones. My animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE did it safely and that is all that matters now. My house is no longer maintained, but the memories shared with family and friends remain firm, "he wrote in the first of the three messages.
"I'm grateful for all that I have left," Cyrus continued. "Sending so much love and gratitude to the firefighters and LA [County] Sheriff's Department! "
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Cyrus joined organizations that would benefit from the donations and signed his publication, "I love you more than ever."
A representative of the couple tells PEOPLE that the couple is healthy, along with their furry friends. "Miley and Liam lost their home but they are very grateful to be safe with their animals! Their community and state are very special to them and they want to give back to the place that has created so many beautiful memories for them and for others. They are donating $ 500,000 to the Malibu Foundation through Miley's charity, Happy Hippie, hoping to restore Malibu's magic. "These funds will be used for those with financial needs, emergency assistance, community reconstruction, forest fire prevention and resistance to climate change."
According to reports, at least 44 people have died since three wildfires occurred in California, and Camp Fire claimed dozens of lives in northern California, making it the deadliest fire in the state's history. the reports.
The Camp Fire erupted on Thursday, killing at least 42 people and burning 117,000 acres by Monday, according to New York Times and CalFire. The fire has left several homes and other structures destroyed, and only 30 percent was contained by Monday.
As of Sunday evening, 228 people were still missing, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said, according to the Associated Press. With that, friends and family accompanied the authorities to look for their loved ones in the rubble of Paradise, reported the AP.
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On Sunday, Honea announced that the death toll was 29. However, in an update on Monday, Honea They revealed that 10 more bodies had been found. in Paradise and three had been discovered in nearby Concow. Miles away, Woolsey's fire burned outside of Los Angeles, having ignited Thursday for the first time and doubled in size during the night.
Woolsey's fire killed two people, wounded three and burned more than 90,000 acres, according to CalFire. It was contained 30 percent for Monday. Meanwhile, Hill Fire ruined more than 4,500 acres in Ventura County, and on Monday it was 85 percent.
Thousands have been ordered to evacuate since the massive flames broke our last week, leaving many fleeing for their lives due to the rapidly moving flames. The Camp Fire has caused the most damage, and most of the deaths, since the medical staff has let evacuate patients from hospitals and families to leave everything behind for the good of their lives.
Although thousands of firefighters are working to contain the flames, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration warns that "strong sea winds and low humidity" will promote highly favorable conditions "for a continuous spread of fires.
To help victims of California forest fires, visit the American Red Cross, the Foundation of the Los Angeles Fire Department and the California Fire Foundation for more information.