DUBLIN (CBS SF) — A vegetation fire quickly grew along a hillside near homes in Dublin Tuesday afternoon, prompting mandatory evacuations from some neighborhoods.

Aerial view of 30-acre grass fire burning in Dublin in the area of Tassajara Road and Fallon Road, October 17, 2017. (CBS)

The fire appeared to have originated in the area of Tassajara Road and Fallon Road in Dublin at around 1:53 p.m. As of 9:20 p.m., the fire had burned roughly 180 acres and was 75 percent contained.

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The City of Dublin enacted mandatory evacuations for residents of Signal Hill Dr., Eastbound Cog Hill Dr. and Avellina North to Ducale Way.

By about 5:30 the evacuation orders were lifted for everyone.

Earlier, people in the Dublin Ranch and Positano communities were told to shelter in place because of the heavy smoke.

While there are homes in the area at the nearby Silvera Ranch and Chateu at Fallon Crossing developments, according to the Alameda County Fire post, no structures were reportedly threatened.

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