Southern California wildfire kills 2

Two people died as a wildfire broke out Monday in Southern California southeast of Los Angeles, authorities said.

Civilian deaths were revealed by Riverside County fire authorities Monday evening. There were no details.
The fire was south of 89,000-person Hemet.

It was 2,000 acres and 5% controlled at 10:30 p.m., Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire reported.
Fire Capt. Richard Cordova said the blaze began at 2 p.m. and swiftly spread.

Cal Fire ordered 3,254 residences to evacuate Monday night.
Another civilian was injured, authorities said. 

The fire service reported seven destroyed and numerous damaged buildings.
Most of California was under heat advisories when the fire started. 

Two individuals died in Northern California's Mill Fire, which started Friday.
Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office: Firefighters located the two ladies, aged 66 and 73, in Weed on Friday.

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