144 Arizona firefighters with 42 engines have been deployed to California to help fight wildfires.
Residents described fleeing their homes and getting stuck in traffic jams as the flames sparked explosions and toppled utility poles.
A helicopter drops water on a brush fire behind a home during the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, Calif., Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. The Woolsey fire, south of Simi Valley, spread to 35,000 acres and is making its way toward the coastal city of Malibu, where a mandatory evacuation was ordered. "I'm just fit to be tied".
Actress Alyssa Milano, one of Kardashian's neighbors in Calabasas, wrote on Twitter that she was also evacuated.
Also burning further west in Ventura County was the Hill Fire, which fire officials said burned almost 4,050 hectares by Thursday night.
- Detectives investigated Saturday the reported deaths of two people in Malibu within the Woosley Fire area, but could not confirm whether the deaths were fire-related. At leastnine people have died, with at least five bodies found trapped in vehicles.
The Camp Fire was closing in.
The Orange County Fire Authority sent two strike teams to the assist firefighters battling the Woolsey Fire, Capt. Steve Concialdi said.
"We're fine, we're at Zuma Beach and we're probably going to sleep in the vehicle tonight", Martin Sheen told Fox News 11, adding that it was the worst fire he had seen in 48 years of living in Malibu.
Two people were found dead as a pair of wildfires stretched from inland canyons to the Pacific in Southern California on Saturday, leaving people sifting through the remains of both mansions and modest homes for anything they had left.
Butte County Sheriff Korey Honea said Friday that three people were found outside homes and four people inside vehicles.
He later tweeted a message that said early communication issues were resolved "leading to an effective response by law and fire professionals". Ventura County Fire Chief Mark Lorenzen said some firefighters were "literally pulling people out of burning homes".
The lull on Saturday could give firefighters a chance to control the edges of the blazes and to swap fire crews, replacing firefighters who had worked for two days without rest, Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby said.
Paradise Mayor Jody Jones said most of the town's homes and about half its businesses had been left in ruins, predicting a long road of recovery was ahead for the town of about 26,000 residents.
Further south, evacuation orders included the entire city of Malibu, which is home to 13,000 people including some of Hollywood's biggest stars.
The fire erupted Thursday near the northwest corner of the city of Los Angeles as the region's notorious Santa Ana winds gusted, triggering overnight evacuations of an estimated 75,000 homes in western Los Angeles County and eastern Ventura County.