Aimee Osbourne, 38, drove to the scene of a deadly fire on Friday where she and her music producer nearly lost their lives.
The fire was reported Thursday evening around 6:35 p.m. local time and quickly spread to the entire two-story building in Hollywood.
Fire investigators were at the scene as the British actress and singer returned to the site where an as yet unknown person lost their life.
Thank you: Aimee Osbourne, 38, drove to the scene of a deadly fire on Friday where she and her music producer nearly lost their lives Thursday night in a rapid fire that killed one person
Hugs: The synth-pop artist hugs record producer Jamal Rajad Davis, who is credited with raising the alarm about the fire. Jamal escaped, but his four cats perished in the fire
The synth-pop artist hugged record producer Jamal Rajad Davis, who is credited with sounding the alarm over the fire. “I was my own smoke detector,” Jamal told the Los Angeles Times. “I ran into my room and grabbed my things and left my door open, trying to call my cats to follow me.”
Jamal said he tried to go inside to save his four cats, but the smoke was too thick and all the animals died.
The structure housed several recording and rehearsal studios.
Investigation underway: Fire investigators have yet to determine the cause of the deadly blaze
Gather evidence: Witnesses say no smoke alarms were heard and no water sprinklers were turned on to alert those inside of danger
A hip-hop artist named Maximilian told KABC-TV he lost everything.
“I opened the door, I saw smoke coming out from across the hall. I immediately reached out to grab a jug of water. I threw it out the door, the flames broke out (sic) I tried to go back to my room and grab everything I could, but the flames were everywhere, and we ran out of the building, and that was it.
The artist estimates his loss at around $50,000.
Firefighting: It took nearly an hour for 78 firefighters to battle the blaze
Loss: The facility housed several recording studios and rehearsal spaces. An artist who worked there estimated his loss at $50,000
It was Sharon Osbourne who first revealed her eldest daughter’s narrow escape and resulting injury in an emotional post on social media on Friday morning.
The reality star, 69, shared the shocking news on Instagram, tagging a Los Angeles Times story about the fatal incident.
Recovery: Aimee Osbourne, 38, appeared to be fine on Friday, the day after exposure to smoke from a fatal fire at a music studio in Los Angeles
Checking in: The actress and singer wore a low-key outfit as she checked in with her parents Sharon and Ozzy after the tragedy. Aimee and her music producer escaped serious injury
The Raining Gold crooner appeared to be doing well when she was seen arriving at her parents’ house on Friday, dressed in a low-key outfit of camo jeans, trainers and a t-shirt, complete with a stylish jacket military green khaki.
She wore minimal makeup and styled her long brunette locks in loose waves.
Close call: Sharon Osbourne revealed her daughter Aimee escaped the deadly fire in an Instagram post on Friday. Seen here LA, January 2020
Sad news: The reality TV star, 69, shared the shocking news on Instagram in a post tagging a Los Angeles Times story about the fatal incident
Writing on social media, the Osbournes star claimed the two were lucky to be alive.
“It is absolutely heartbreaking that someone lost their life today in this fire and we send our prayers to this person and their family. What happened today was beyond horrifying,’ the star said.
Dancing with the Stars host Carrie Ann Inaba responded to the article, writing: “Glad Aimee and her producer are safe…but my heart aches for the person who lost their life, his family and loved ones.” ‘How scary it must have been for all of them…’
Emotional: The Osbournes star penned an emotional message on Instagram mourning the tragedy
Sharon described the building as a “creative center for music in Hollywood”, also lamented the loss of equipment belonging to the various artists who worked there.
She also called for better fire safety in those buildings, although it’s not yet known if any codes were breached.
Escape: Aimee, 38, and her music producer escaped the flames, but both were treated for exposure to smoke. The victim’s name has not been released.
The Talk co-host ended her moving message by writing “our prayers go out to the family and friends of the person who lost their life in this senseless fire”.
Aimee, who professionally goes by the initials ARO, has yet to speak publicly about the life-threatening scare.
The actress is the least known member of the Osbourne family as she refused to be part of the reality show which made Sharon, Ozzy, 73, Kelly, 37 and Jack, 36, household names during its run from 2002 to 2005.
Aimee, who professionally goes by the initials ARO, has yet to speak publicly about the life-threatening scare. Sharon wrote “our prayers go out to the family and friends of the person who lost his life in this senseless fire”. Pictured LA March 2016
She appeared in a few family projects, including documentaries and interviews about her father and his career as the leader of Black Sabbath.
The versatile entertainer provided voice work in Postman Pat: The Movie and starred as Raquelle in the TV movie Wuthering Heights.
Aimee has recently been focusing on her music career. The singer released her latest single, Against Mine, in April.
Family: Aimee, 38, is the least known member of the Osbourne family. She declined to be part of The Osbournes during her period from 2002 to 2005. She is now focusing on her music career. Pictured LA, 2006