Shocking video about dashcam shows the desperate ride of the family through wild fires in California

Shocking images have captured the near-death experience of a desperate family after driving through the heart of the California wildfire to escape the burning inferno.

Brynn Parrott Chatfield filmed the moment her family rushed through the fire in the city of Paradise, while flames and smoke rippled around the vehicle.

Brynn hears a prayer as their vehicle drives through the scorching inferno before they have safely come through the other side.

Brynn Parrott Chatfield filmed the moment her family rushed through the fire in the city of Paradise

Brynn Parrott Chatfield filmed the moment her family rushed through the fire in the city of Paradise

She hears a prayer as their vehicle drives through the scorching inferno before thanking her husband Jeremy for being brave

She hears a prayer as their vehicle drives through the scorching inferno before thanking her husband Jeremy for being brave

She hears a prayer as their vehicle drives through the scorching inferno before thanking her husband Jeremy for being brave

At least nine people have died and 35 are missing from a wildfire in Northern California, while in Southern California thousands of homes are under threat and the whole of Malibu has been evacuated while two other fires have failed.

The campfire in Northern California is now the most destructive in the history of the state after it has swept the city of Paradise. Authorities suspect that it may have started due to a failure in electrical lines.

More than 300,000 people from all over the state have been forced to flee their homes because the fast-moving flames of the three fires, which all started on Thursday, raged to cover more than 200 square miles.

Armed by the infamous Santa Ana gusts that spring up to 60 mph, the southern fires have not killed or injured anyone, but they have destroyed many homes and forced thousands of people to flee their short-term lives – including many celebrities living in the rich. enclaves on the coast are threatened.

Flames and smoke rippled around the vehicle as they made the frightening ride in Northern California

Flames and smoke rippled around the vehicle as they made the frightening ride in Northern California

Flames and smoke rippled around the vehicle as they made the frightening ride in Northern California

But the family came safely on the other side after the exciting journey

But the family came safely on the other side after the exciting journey

But the family came safely on the other side after the exciting journey

The largest of the two southern fires, the Woolsey Fire, has been scorched to at least 35,000 acres north of Los Angeles since igniting near Rocketdyne at around 14:00 local time, spreading rapidly to the southwest toward Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks, the community is still reeling from a mass shooting in a bar on Wednesday night.

The Campfire destroyed the city of Paradise, where officials say almost every structure has been destroyed by uncontrolled flames and five people were found dead in burned-out vehicles before Friday afternoon.

Officials said on Friday night that another four people had been killed by the campfire and another 35 were missing. Three of the extra dead persons were found outside their homes and one in a home.

Three firefighters were injured and fought against the northern eruption, of the 3,223 employees currently involved in the containment.

Their journey was made even worse after it was revealed that five people were burned alive in their cars

Their journey was made even worse after it was revealed that five people were burned alive in their cars

Their journey was made even worse after it was revealed that five people were burned alive in their cars

The police in paradise said they had received two reports of looting but had not yet made any arrests. It is despicable behavior, said Butte County Sheriff Kory L. Honea about potential looters, who promised quick arrest and maximum punishments.

When the paradise was evacuated, the order caused a desperate exodus in which many drivers were stuck in undisturbed traffic and left their vehicles to flee on foot.

Kim Kardashian and the Calabasas house of Kanye West, the Caitlyn Jenner mansion in Malibu and even the famous Bachelor Mansion are struck by the devastating forest fires that overtake Southern California.

The Woolsey Fire reached the Kardashian-West path in the Hidden Hills district on Friday afternoon, according to TMZ.

At points, the windshield of the car was completely consumed by thick smoke, making it almost impossible for Mr. Chatfield to see

At points, the windshield of the car was completely consumed by thick smoke, making it almost impossible for Mr. Chatfield to see

At points, the windshield of the car was completely consumed by thick smoke, making it almost impossible for Mr. Chatfield to see

Around the same time, reports emerged that Jenner's 3,500 square foot, four-bedroom path overlooking the Malibu beach was destroyed by fierce flames from the same flame.

Meanwhile, the Lady Gaga mansion was seen in Malibu, surrounded by a blanket of thick smoke when the wildfire raided the beach town before she went to Oxnard.

Will Smith placed a video on his Instagram story with the fear that his own house would be hit by the flames if the path of destruction continues.

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