Tens of thousands of people are under mandatory evacuation orders and Palley says that the fires in the Santa Monica Mountains, above Malibu, have developed so fast that numerous roads there have become impassable even to firefighters.
A pair of intense wildfires in Ventura County have also led to the evacuation of 105,000 people in Southern California, leading acting Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency there while Gov.
California fire captain Scott McLean said earlier that "pretty much the entire community of Paradise is destroyed", adding that the fire had grown to nearly 110 square miles - four times its original size.
At least five people have died in burnt out cars as wildfires sweep across California.
Early Friday morning, the wildfire jumped the 101 in Ventura County into Agoura Hills, closing a 4-mile stretch of the highway.
She added another message giving her thanks to firefighters, writing 'Fire Fighters, I love you and thank you for doing all that you can to keep us safe!' She added that her husband, agent David Bugliari, was safe in NY and that her trainer was evacuating her horses.
Flames from the unchecked, 20 000-acre (8 100-hectare) Camp Fire were being driven westward by 35-mile-per hour (56 km-per-hour) winds, fire officials said.
Rescuers used a bulldozer to push abandoned cars out the way to reach Feather River Hospital and evacuate patients as flames engulfed the building, Butte County Supervisor Doug Teeter told reporters.
The fire is particularly risky because of high winds, which contributed to the fire's rapid spread overnight.
An earlier report said that five people were fatally killed in the fire while they were in a van trying to outrun the fire.
Late Thursday, more than 2,200 firefighters were battling the flames and the fire remains uncontained, according to Cal Fire.
There is now 0 percent containment.
Dettorre is concerned that as the fire crosses the freeway "it will make its historic and typical run all the way down Pacific Coast Highway". We've already reported on the Kardashians evacuating their homes in the Hidden Hills to seek safety and Kanye tweeted out this morning that everybody is safe. Last night it covered just 2,000 acres.
FOX 11 reporter Gina Silva stood by with residents as the fire moved in on their Westlake Village homes. So far, 14,000 acres of land have been burned by the fires and that number keeps growing.