AceShowbiz - Kate Beckinsale paid tribute to her thoughtful neighbours who helped the actress, who doesn't drive, and her pets evacuate from her Los Angeles home at 3 A.M. as wildfires threatened her property.
The "Farming" actress revealed she had been rescued by her kind-hearted neighbours, who remembered she cannot drive, in the early hours of Tuesday, October 29 morning. And they helped the British born star, and her troupe of animals get to safety.
"We are safe. Thank you so much to everyone who checked in," Kate posted in a note on Instagram. "Love and hope to everyone else who walked out of their house at 3 am to this, love and admiration to the @losangelesfiredepartment and most of all to David and Dorothy who didn't need to remember in the middle of the night that I can't drive but did."
"And to everyone who has offered me a place to stay despite my rolling with four animals including an epileptic cat. Angel people. So grateful x."
A wildfire swept through the hills of Los Angeles near the J Paul Getty Museum in Brentwood after high winds in the area on Monday, destroying several homes and forcing basketball star LeBron James, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and thousands of other residents to flee.
Schwarzenegger was preparing for the Monday evening Hollywood premiere of his new film "Terminator: Dark Fate" when he was forced to leave his home. The premiere was subsequently cancelled by movie bosses.