Martin Sheen 'Grateful' to Be Safe After Son Charlie Says He 'Cannot Get a Hold' of Him Amid Wildfires

Martin Sheen has been found after son Charlie Sheen tweeted that he had not been means to strech his relatives given a two wildfires in Southern California erupted on Thursday causing a depletion of during slightest 30,000 homes.

“I can't get ahold of my relatives Martin and Janet Sheen,” Charlie, 53, wrote on Twitter Friday evening. “They are in a group, during a entertainment belligerent nearby Zuma Beach,” Charlie continued in anxiety to a beach county in Malibu. “If anyone has eyes on them, greatfully let me know that they are protected and sound in a center of this horrific scenario.”

On Friday evening, Martin spoke to Fox 11, saying, “We evacuated early this morning from Point Dume around 9:30, and we’ve been here ever since.” The father of 4 also had a summary for his kids. “Emilio, Ramon, Renee, Charlie…we’re fine. We’re during Zuma Beach and will substantially nap in a automobile tonight. We’re only excellent and wish we guys are, too,” Martin said.

“We haven’t mislaid any lives so we have that to be beholden for,” he added, job a latest wildfires “the misfortune ones I’ve seen” and “never seen one like this with this intensity.”

A repute for a West Wing star did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s ask for comment.

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High winds, low steam and dry foliage have stoked a fires, that have fast widespread via a state over Thursday dusk into Friday.

The Hill Fire, located nearby a Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, a site of Wednesday’s tragedy in that 12 people were killed, has burnt by thousands of acres.

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More than 75,000 homes in Ventura and Los Angeles were recently given depletion orders as a other blaze, famous as a Woolsey Fire, approached a California coastline, CNN reported.

According toThe Los Angeles Times, residents in Malibu perceived a warning only after 12 p.m. on Friday to leave as a abandon sealed in on a city.

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By Friday afternoon, a Woolsey Fire had swelled from 10,000 acres to 14,000 and stays during 0 percent containment.

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