Calabasas is one of several cities in Southern California that is now being seriously affected by the unsafe Woolsey Fire, with numerous town's high-end celebrity residents being forced to evacuate.
In her Instagram story, Kardashian initially captured the Woolsey fire from above while riding in a private plane. "God is good. I'm just praying everyone is safe".
The fire spread to Kanye and Kim's mansion in Hidden Hills, California on Friday afternoon with the couple forced to evacuate their entire security team.
Celebrities are among the thousands ordered to evacuate as wildfires rage across California. "Thank you for all that you do for us!" she wrote alongside another video.
The star then began to share videos of the first responders.
Alyssa Milano has been tweeting through the weekend, updating followers on not only her home but also on rescue efforts and ways to aid those who've lost their homes. But when she landed, Kardashian learned she had an hour to evacuate her home.
At the time of this posting, the fire has not reached the Kardashian-West's main home but flames are on the property.
Kourtney Kardashian also posted about the emergency on her Instagram story, writing, "I pray that everyone is kept safe and protested from these fires".
It was only earlier today that her sister Khloe Kardashian shared her fear over the rapid flames.
Khloé was also affected by the fire, tweeting on Friday, "I just left with the clothes on my back but I think I packed Trues entire bedroom and closet into my vehicle obviously she's all that matters to me".
Taking to Twitter, Khloe wrote: "I cannot sleep! Everything with a heartbeat is safe".
The wind-driven wildfire has also destroyed the home of Dr. Others have not been so lucky, with CNN confirming nine dead so far and many injured - although the full extent of damages is now unknown. "And unfortunately it's becoming more and more common here in California", actress Natalie Portman said Friday night in Hollywood at an American Film Institute Fest premiere of her film "Vox Lux".