Cara Delevingne expressed profound sorrow after a devastating fire ravaged her Studio City, California, residence early on Friday, March 15.

"My heart is shattered today. I'm in disbelief. Life can alter in an instant, so treasure what you have," Delevingne shared on social media Friday. She also extended her gratitude to the firefighters and individuals who assisted in extinguishing the fire, expressing her appreciation "from the depths of my heart."

The Los Angeles Fire Department reported that crews arrived at the 6,650-square-foot, two-story house at 6:13 a.m. and discovered a fire had erupted, which "engulfed one room in the rear and escalated into a deep-seated attic fire."

The cause of the fire remains under investigation, according to the department.

After firefighters ensured everyone had evacuated the home — with Delevingne being in London portraying Sally Bowles in "Cabaret" — they commenced battling the flames, as per the Fire Department. However, during the process of dousing the house, the roof collapsed.

"Ultimately, it took 94 firefighters 2 hours and 16 minutes to gain access, contain, and extinguish the flames," stated the department.

The LAFD reported that one firefighter was transported to a local hospital in "fair condition," and one of the occupants of the home experienced minor smoke inhalation.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation, according to the LAFD.

In a separate Instagram story, Delevingne reassured her followers that her two cats, who reside in the house, were unharmed.