Rupert Murdoch's House Among Those Under Threat From LA Wildfires

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Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's home in Los Angeles is reportedly in the vicinity of the Skirball fire, which is sweeping through the Bel Air area of the city.

As evening fell Wednesday, the so-called Skirball fire had scorched 190 hectares of thick chaparral, destroying four homes on Moraga Drive at the bottom of the canyon and Casiano Drive on its west ridge.

Roxanne Langer at Moraga Estate said a temperature-controlled wine storage shed burned after the fire erupted before dawn Wednesday but was unclear how much wine was lost. Local NBC news coverage had previously reported that Murdoch's house was on fire, but that status has since been downgraded to "still standing" for the time being. On its website the Getty Center said it would be closed "to protect the collections from smoke from fires in the region".

"We believe the winery and house are still intact". "It's Rupert Murdoch's property, that's what we're hearing from the neighbors who live here in Bel Air".

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Lopez bought a $28 million estate in Bel Air a year ago while Aniston owns a $20 million property in the neighborhood, the Hollywood Reporter said.

The billionaire's $28.8 million, 16-acre estate includes the home he shares with his wife Jerry Hall, along with a winery and vineyards-all of which are under threat from the wildfires.

President Trump tweeted his thanks to first responders while writing that thoughts and prayers were with everyone in the fire's path.

Major evacuations have taken place as a result of the various blazes north of Los Angeles County, which have destroyed more than 85 square miles of land.