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RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. – Southern California’s Fairview Fire, which erupted Monday afternoon near Hemet, killed at least two people as it quickly engulfed 2,000 acres, according to KCBS-TV. The blaze, which prompted evacuation orders for about 1,500 homes, remains 5% contained, Cal Fire said in an update Monday night.

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News organizations, first responders and other social media users are sharing photos of the devastation with the hashtags #FairviewFire and #Fairview. Here are some of those posts:

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1. @CALFIRERRU, Twitter

2. @clearlyphoto, Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/CiJ-qT7Pz-G/

3. @stuartpalley, Twitter

4. @rp_firephotography, Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/CiJ2Zz8vE56/

5. @CALFIRERRU, Twitter

6. @abc7robmcmillan, Twitter

7. @rustyforkranch, Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/CiJLIEMpl5M/

8. @KimGuim, Twitter

9. @wideworldofc, Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/CiJupD1uoGf/

10. @koehl.photo, Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/CiJVpasjx8h/