A raging fire with temperatures up to 5,400 degrees burned out of control Friday in Guadalupe, Mexico, after three gas tanks exploded, killing two people in this northeastern industrial city, officials said. Officials said the heat of the blaze melted several cars and the fire's glow could be seen up to 10 miles away. The blasts and the fire also injured 20 people. Authorities said six of them were in very serious condition early Friday. The blaze started after three tanks exploded one after another at the San Rafael tank farm belonging to Pemex, the state petroleum monopoly. The flames, shooting more than 100 feet in the air, forced the evacuation of more than 10,000 people from nearby homes.