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A spectacular fire destroys Cara Delevingne’s Los Angeles home

Cara Delevingne’s huge Los Angeles home was engulfed in flames, and the blaze was so massive that a cavalry of firefighters arrived on the scene to extinguish it.

No fewer than 94 firefighters (and 13 vehicles in all) were on the scene to fight what was said to be a very intense fire. In addition, no fewer than four ambulances were also on the scene.


According to TMZ sources, a 911 call was made at around 3:57 a.m. on the night of March 14-15, and once on the scene, firefighters confirmed that the fire had started from some sort of back room in the star model’s residence.

It took the firefighters no less than two hours to extinguish the flames, which had reached the attic and part of the roof, and, again according to TMZ, a few people were injured. Minor injuries were reported, including one firefighter who fell from a ladder.

Fortunately for the model and actress, however, her two cats were saved by the same firefighters!

Cara was not on site when her home was attacked by the flames.

Instead, she was in England performing at the Playhouse Theater for the week.

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