LeBron James sent taco trucks to fight firefighters who fought against the forest fires in the greater Los Angeles area, after being one of the people of Southern California who had to leave their homes in the furious Getty Fire.
The Los Angeles Laker superstar is one of the thousands of people who have been evacuated in the dangerous Getty Fire that burned out more than 650 hectares on Wednesday and contains only 15%. James was forced to flee his Brentwood home early on Monday and stay with his family in a hotel while firefighters face the flames.
Mayor Eric Garcetti from Los Angeles announced that the basketball legend sent a taco truck for firefighters and first responders in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
& # 39; My appreciation and loyalty to the first responders & # 39 ;, said the 34-year-old Tuesday in a press conference prior to the Lakers home game at Staples Center. & # 39; Those boys, men and women are incredible what they do and their courage during this time. & # 39;
LeBron James sent taco trucks to feed firefighters who fought the forest fires in the greater Los Angeles area on Tuesday. The basketball star was forced to evacuate his Brentwood house on Monday and stays in a hotel with his family because of his fire
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that the basketball legend sent a taco truck for firefighters and first responders in Los Angeles on Tuesday and shared photos of officers enjoying the Mexican fare
Heroes: Four firefighters loaded with taco dishes in the middle of their difficult mission
Feted: leaders in California, including Gov. Gavin Newsom and Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti praised LeBron for his efforts
The Akron, Ohio resident said that firefighters and rescuers are the reason why things can be much less serious than they could be, and praised them for their courage, dedication, and sacrifice to their profession.
& # 39; It is absolutely impossible without noticing, without appreciation & # 39 ;, he added.
& # 39; Finally found a place to accommodate us! Crazy night man! & # 39; he said in a series of tweets. & # 39; I (pray) for all families in the area who can now be affected by these (forest fires)! Please go to safety as soon as possible. & # 39;
The 6ft8 basketball stand added: & # 39; My best wishes also to the first responders who now do what they do best! & # 39;
Grateful: LeBron said about the fire brigade and the first responders: & # 39; Those men, men and women are incredible, what they do and their courage during this time & # 39;
Photos from the 405 highway north of Los Angeles, California, show the rage of the Getty Fire on Tuesday
The Getty Fire is currently threatening some of the richest areas of Los Angeles, as crews work a second day to tackle the flames and prevent the brush fire from spreading. From Wednesday onwards, hell was only 15 percent
Heavy effort: LeBron has detailed its concerns about those affected in a series of tweets
Government Gavin Newsom and Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti went to Twitter to praise the NBA legend, who owned a house in the area before signing a $ 154 million four-year contract with the Lakers in July 2018.
& # 39; Shout to @KingJames for generously sending a taco truck to support our LA firefighters, first responders and law enforcement officers who fought the #GettyFire in the front line, & # 39; said Newsom.
Garcetti said: & # 39; Thank you, @KingJames, for generously sending a taco truck to support our @ LAFD firefighters, first responders and partner agencies committed to the fight against #GettyFire. & # 39;
It is not clear how much, or none, harms LeBron James & multi-million dollar home (pictured for the fire)
Images of James & # 39; abandoned house show that his country house was completely decked out for Halloween
The basketball star had decorated his lavish LA house with creepy decor before fleeing
Photos of the basketball player's house show the front gate covered with cobwebs, chains and zombies for the Halloween season
James is currently in a hotel while his Brentwood district was being evacuated
James has been very outspoken about his support for firefighters in the aftermath of the devastating California fires.
He tweeted: & I pray for all the families in the area who can now be affected by these fires! Please go to safety as soon as possible. & # 39;
He followed with another saying: & # 39; My best wishes also for the first responders. Doing what they do best right now & # 39;
The stack of hoops, which also played for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat, celebrated its 16th year on the track Tuesday, which marked the anniversary of its debut on October 29, 2003.
The homes of Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, LeBron James, Josh Duhamel and Arnold Schwarzenegger are located in an area under mandatory evacuation orders
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