VIDEO: It only takes seconds for people to post or share pictures, videos, and thoughts on social media. Those platforms can serve as a good tool to share special memories or moments. But misinformation can spread quickly online, too. "It's everywhere," said Minocqua Fire Chief Andy Petrowski. "I mean everybody has a cellphone, everybody has the ability to instantaneously put something online the second they drive by it." Petrowski said it has become fairly common for bystanders at active scenes to post to social media. "You get people speculating on what started fires, on what caused accidents, and how badly the people are hurt," said Petrowski. "Just from A to Z there are a million things that they're trying to ascertain just by what they're visually seeing when they really don't know."