Kylie Jenner, Calabasas Fire, Snapchat

Kylie Jenner / Snapchat

Kylie Jenner, her family and thousands of other people had a pretty scary day Saturday when a massive fire broke out not far from their Southern California homes and spread to more than 500 acres.

The teen, sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian and mother Kris Jennerposted about the disaster on social media.

"There's a fire next to my house!" Kylie said on Snapchat. "Am I gonna have to evacuate?"

It is unclear if her and her family were among the 5,000 people forced to evacuate from the town of Calabasas and surrounding areas.

As of Sunday afternoon, the fire has claimed no fatalities but has damaged several structures. Plumes of smoke could be seen and ashes rained down up to 30 miles away.

"No Kylie, you won't have to evacuate because it's closer to my house than yours, sadly," Khloe said on her Snapchat. "So let's pray nobody has to evacuate."

Khloe Kardashian, Calabasas Fire, Snapchat

Khloe Kardashian / Snapchat

"This is our city," Kylie added. "We were born and raised in Calabasas. Like, this cannot go down."

Meanwhile, it was business as usual for the Kardashians and Jenners later that day. Kylie and friend Anastasia "Stassie" Karanikolaou had dinner at her mother's house. Kourtney and ex Scott Disick took two of their children that night to watch The Little Mermaid stage show at the Hollywood Bowl. And Kim Kardashian jetted off in a private plane with kids North West, 2, and Saint West, 6 months.

"Need to express my gratitude towards the brave firefighters who keep us safe," Kourtney tweeted Sunday. "Scary day yesterday and they are still going. #CalabasasFire."

"Thanks to all the brave firefighters, on the ground and overhead," Khloe said. "Appreciate what you do to keep us safe...God bless #CalabasasFire."

Kris regrammed a photo Ellen DeGeneres posted of wife Portia de Rossi brother Michael in his firefighter gear at the scene of the fire and a thank you message from the talk show host.

"Thank you to all of the Firefighters of Calabasas and surrounding cities who worked so hard yesterday to keep all of us safe," Kris added. "We appreciate you guys so much."

A photo posted by @krisjenner on

Watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians Sunday at 9 p.m. on E!

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