Hutchins, 22, added: "We're safe, that's all that matters". But when she landed, Kardashian learned she had an hour to evacuate her home.
"Beverly Hills, 90210" star Doherty said her "heart is ripped apart" by the loss of a Malibu home where she and husband Kurt Iswarienko were married in 2011, posting on Instagram a wedding-day photo of the smiling couple on a tree-lined path at the property apparently owned by a friend.
Alyssa Milano said her "house is in jeopardy" as she tweeted, "Horses are finally safe".
"I heard the flames have hit our property at our home in Hidden Hills but now are more contained and have stopped at the moment". Girls are safe. @aaronwilliamcameron & I trying to get out with our furry children.
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The destructive fires have also triggered a mandatory evacuation order for the entire beachside city of Malibu.
It was only earlier today that her sister Khloe Kardashian shared her fear over the rapid flames. Thankfully, Kardashian's updates suggest that she made it out safely, as she continued to update social media throughout the night.
The 41-year-old rapper nearly lost his own home in the Woolsey Fires after his wife, Kim Kardashian, evacuated the property with their three children, North, five, Saint, two, and nine-month-old Chicago, on Thursday.
She tweeted: "I'm anxious about my house, but there is nothing I can do". The 38-year-old held on close to her seven-month-old niece True Thompson in a black and white Instagram photo after it seemed the fire danger had passed.
Many others have been impacted by the fires.
Rainn Wilson, former star of "The Office", singer Melissa Etheridge, and Roma Downey, the wife of "The Apprentice" producer Mark Burnett, all said they had scrambled to evacuate at short notice.
The ranch served as a location for productions ranging from 1938's "The Adventures of Marco Polo" to TV shows "The Mentalist" and "Weeds".