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The Fairview Fire has spread to 27,000 acres, evacuating more people and destroying more houses.

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As the Fairview Fire has grown to include more than 27,000 acres, more individuals have been forced to evacuate, and a number of homes have been damaged.

As of Thursday, the catastrophic Fairview Fire that was burning in Riverside County had already consumed at least 27,319 acres of land.

During the subsequent evacuations, thousands of more homes inside the Hemet city borders and to the south and east were forced to leave their homes.

A fire broke out on a scorching Monday afternoon, and two people were killed while trying to escape the blaze.

11 properties were demolished or damaged by Thursday night, including many residences. Firefighters say 18,753 buildings are under peril.

Tiffany Huertas, whose house was damaged, claimed it took 20 minutes from the time she saw smoke to when her neighbor’s yard caught fire.

At the same time, Hurricane Kay is wreaking havoc off the coast of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico and is now moving slowly toward Southern California from the south.

Rain is expected to fall in the Los Angeles area on Friday, which may be both a boon and a bane for the fire crews who are fighting to extinguish the blazes.

Even if there are an increasing number of orders to evacuate, there are still inhabitants who are refusing to leave their houses, according to the officials.

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