Kristen Bell is considered a real-life hero in Florida amidst Hurricane Irma when she helped her “Frozen” co-star, Josh Gad and his family, in taking shelter from Hurricane Irma.

The “A Bad Moms Christmas” star was stuck in Orlando and was currently filming her new movie “Like Father” when she fixed the hotel accommodation for Gad’s parents, brothers, sister-in-law, nephew, and nieces after being stranded because of the impending hurricane. Gad called her an angel sent from above through his social media account.

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The effects of the two hurricanes

After Hurricane Harvey hit Houston and the surrounding areas, Hurricane Irma comes. Celebrities such as Beyonce, Sandra Bullock, Ellen Degeneres, Leonardo de Caprio, and Miley Cyrus to name a few, began donating, pledging donations, and giving back to the affected people.

More than 6.3 million people from Florida were asked to evacuate because of the life-threatening effects of the storm. The hurricane already devastated parts of the Caribbean and at least 25 deaths were reported.

The US National Hurricane Center reported that Irma already strengthened as a Category 4 storm. It already crashed into the Lower Florida Keys and is expected to move near the west coast. The eye itself is already 15 miles southeast. It is also the first storm to sustain winds of 185 miles per hour building up for more than 24 hours.

More than 300,000 people were also without power. Other than the people in Florida, about 540,000 people from Georgia were also requested to evacuate. Other states such as North Carolina, Alabama, and South Carolina already declared their states of emergency.

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President’s order

United States President [VIDEO] Donald Trump urged people in the affected area to obey all the official instructions from the government. He stated safety comes first because properties are replaceable but lives are not. Compared with Hurricane Charlie, which was bad but is still small, killed 15 people, and caused $16 billion in damages, the government is afraid that Irma will cause more.

A meteorologist from Colorado State University, Phil Klotzbach, mentioned that what set Irma apart from other strong storms is that it has stayed strong for a long time. It has been a hurricane for ten days. It is tagged as extremely dangerous and is life-threatening.

Citizens have taken all the evacuation warnings very seriously and most shelters were full. The strength of Irma’s waves, flooding rains, and destructive winds were proven to destroy houses and drown people as to what it did in the Caribbean.