Cara Delevingne Loses Home in Los Angeles Due to Fire: Two Firefighters Injured

Model and actress Cara Delevingne lost her home after a fire in Los Angeles: 2 people were injured

Cara Delevingne, illustrative photo / Gage Skidmore, CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED

Cara Delevingne, a global superstar, actress, and model, faced a devastating event — her home in Los Angeles was destroyed by a fire.

Delevingne was not at home at the time of the fire, however, two firefighters were injured during the extinguishing: one suffered an injury after tripping on the stairs, the other — serious carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Delevingne expressed her feelings about this tragedy on social networks, emphasizing the importance of valuing life and loved ones.

The fire started from the rear part of the residence, quickly enveloping the entire house and leading to its collapse.

The fire department received the fire alarm at four in the morning on March 15, and it took over two hours of hard work by 40 rescuers to extinguish the flames.

Previously, it was reported that Naomi Campbell, in London, celebrates her 40th anniversary at the fashion Olympus, presenting an exhibition showcasing her iconic looks, including a unique dress from Valentino.

Also, we wrote that Natalie Portman dazzled with fresh looks on the pages of Marie Claire, confirming her unchanging stylishness and attractiveness.

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