Charlie Sheen is desperately asking for information about Father Martin fleeing wildfire in Malibu

Actor Charlie Sheen publicly asked for information about his father and mother, Martin and Janet Sheen, after losing contact with them when they cleared a forest fire in Malibu. & # 39;[I] I can not meet my parents, Martin and Janet Sheen. You are in the group on the stage near Zuma Beach. "Charlie Sheen tweeted on Friday night complaining. Zuma Beach was a designated evacuation site for Malibu after the massive Woolsey Fire triggered a city-wide evacuation. Charlie Sheen continued, "If anyone has eyes on them, let me know that they are safe and sound in the midst of this terrible scenario." The Woolsey Fire had seared 35,000 hectares in Ventura County and was at 0:00 am at eight in the morning included on the latest CAL FIRE update.
The actor Charlie Sheen (right) has publicly asked for information about his father Martin (left) and his mother Janet Sheen after losing contact with them when they evacuated Malibu. Charlie Sheen will be shown on September 23, 2011 in Los Angeles with Martin Sheen
Zuma Beach was a designated shelter for large animals as Malibu was evacuated. But on Friday, the beach was full of smoke, forcing a DailyMail.com photographer to leave the area. There were reports that when the flames approached the beach, hundreds stranded there without access to food, water or shelter. As night fell, the beach was crowded with horses, llamas, and other animals brought to the water's edge, after it appeared that only the ocean would stop the march of flames.
On Friday night, the Zuma Beach area was covered in smoke, forcing a DailyMail.com photographer to leave the area
There were reports that when the flames approached the beach, hundreds of people were stranded there, with no access to food, water or shelter on Friday
This photo from September 23, 1994 shows Charlie Sheen (back, center) with his parents Janet (second from right) and Martin Sheen (right) and brothers Emilio Estevez (left) and Ramone Estevez (second from left) pm Pacific, Twitter Users @TheMikeStewart has tweeted the following messages: News agencies, law enforcement and emergency services have been tagged: Hundreds stranded at Zuma Beach, trying to evacuate #WoolseyFire without water, fuel, shelter or (most importantly now) information , Please send anyone who can help to coordinate @FOXLA @KTLAnewsdesk @CHP_HQ @ LAFD. At the end of the tweet, the man added that the message is a "request from my brother who is one of them" he finally got Has. from.
At 19:44 Pacific, Twitter user @TheMikeStewart posted the following news: He tagged news agencies, law enforcement agencies and emergency services: "Hundreds stranded at Zuma Beach and tried #WoolseyFire without water, fuel, shelter or (most importantly now) information to evacuate. Please send to anyone who can help @FOXLA @KTLAnewsdesk @ CHP_HQ @ LAFD & # 39; The Woolsey Fire and the adjacent Hill Fire Coordinate to evacuate more than 150,000 people from 75,000 homes in Southern California. The fires in Ventura and Los Angeles County have not yet been proven successful in deaths or injuries, but a simultaneous devastating fire in Northern California, the campfire, has killed nine people. At least 35 are missing in connection with the campfire.

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