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Report: Lindsay Lohan Leaves Beach Pad After Tsunami Warning

March 12, 2011 (3:55 am) GMT
Words are, the 'Machete' actress has evacuated her Venice beach apartment and moved to higher grounds because her sister Ali is worried about potential tsunami in Southern California.

has temporarily left her beach pad in Venice, California, it has been claimed. According to TMZ, the "" actress has evacuated her condominium after the tsunami warning was issued for Southern California in the wake of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Japan on Friday, March 11.

Words are, the 24-year-old herself was not too worried about her beach area apartment, but decided to listen to sister , who was pretty much anxious about the warning. Leaving her apartment for higher grounds, the "" star has reportedly stayed at The Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Lindsay wasn't the only celebrities evacuating in fear of tsunami. Summit Entertainment has recently confirmed that the cast and crew of "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn" have been evacuated from the set at Vancouver Island beach area in British Columbia to base camp. In the statement, the studio assured, "Everyone is safe and sound."

While tsunami warning was issued for Southern California, most of the U.S. state's region actually escaped harm. Still, powerful waves have battered ports and harbors in four Northern California counties, forcing California Government Jerry Brown to issue a state of emergency in Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Del Norte and Humboldt.

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