'Fuller House' Star Candace Cameron Bure Shares Terrifying Photo of California Wildfires Taken From Her Home

Candace Cameron Bure, 44, shared a terrifying photo to Twitter which left fans worried about her safety. The Fuller House star posted a pic of a raging wildfire that could be clearly seen from her home in California's Napa Valley. In the picture, the sky was an eerie shade of red as smoke and flames took over a wooded area in the distance.

In the caption of the tweet, Candace revealed that she had taken the photo more than an hour earlier and that by the time she posted it the fires were "much closer."

"We are surrounded on three sides," she added.

The former child star asked her followers to pray for the Napa Valley and all of the neighboring areas.

Candace also retweeted a tweet from AFP News Agency about the fires that contained another series of pictures.

"The Glass Fire begins it's descent into the valley after ravaging the hills as night falls on Napa Valley. A heat wave and dry winds have created critical weather conditions and mandatory evacuations," AFP's tweet read.

"Oh Lord, have mercy on us all," Candace wrote in her retweet.

In comments to the posts, Fans begged the Fuller House star to leave her home for a safe refuge before it is too late.

"Oh wow....stay safe!" one follower tweeted. "Keep an eye on it. If it gets too close, please, please, please evacuate for safety's sake. Keeping you all in my thoughts & prayers."

"I can't even imagine," another added. "You need to go while you can. Prayers for everyone!

"Please stay safe & get your family out of there if it comes any closer!! This is truly heartbreaking," a third wrote on Twitter. "Praying for you & California!"

CNN reported that the Glass Fire began overnight in Napa County, California, and quickly burned more than 2,500 acres on Sunday. The blaze began as a 20-acre brush fire near Deer Park and will continue to spread even further due to winds expected on Monday. As of early Monday morning, the blaze hadn't been contained at all.

This isn't the first time Candace has taken to social media to talk about the wildfires. In 2018 she shared a stunning Instagram photo, which can be seen here, that showed billowing smoke taking over the sky as a bumper to bumper lineup of cars fled the area.

"It's no joke," Candace wrote at the time as she urged her followers to pray with her.

Candace regularly posts on social media and has 587, 000 followers on Twitter alone. In a lighter social media moment, earlier this month she made headlines for a cheeky PDA pic with her husband, Valeri Bure.