The Princeton fire in photos

The fire just north of Princeton has grown to 1,500 hectares as of 7:30 a.m. Saturday.

Thirty-four properties between Summer Creek Road and Dry Lake on Highway 5A were evacuated on Friday.

Those residences include a children’s camp, Camp Tulahead.

We’ve been collecting your photos of the fire so far, check them out below.

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Image credit: Bob Marsh

Image credit: Bob Marsh

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Image credit: Bob Marsh

Image credit: Bob Marsh

Image credit: Bob Marsh

Image credit: Bob Marsh

Photo taken by firefighters on the ground

Photos taken by firefighters on the ground

Photo taken by firefighters on the ground

Photos taken by firefighters on the ground

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