Flaming “Fire Tornadoes” Topple Trees, Jump Rivers, Shake Firefighting Equipment in California
Raging fires in northern California are being sucked up by strong winds and forming “fire tornadoes.”
The fire tornadoes are toppling trees, shaking firefighting equipment and jumping rivers.
The northern California blaze leveled at least 125 homes, leaving neighborhoods smoldering and 37,000 people under evacuation orders.
The locals are witnessing “fire tornadoes” in the area.
Tornadoes of Fire Witnessed in California Wildfire https://t.co/osduohfpxZ
— End Time Headlines (@EndTimeHeadline) July 28, 2018
The fire tornado enabled the Carr fire to jump the Sacramento River.
Fire tornadoes, which enabled Northern California's deadly Carr Fire to jump over the Sacramento River, are a scientific phenomenon, @LonnieQuinnTV explains https://t.co/ey6WCuWsyc pic.twitter.com/b7D3tIwpik
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) July 28, 2018
— steveholio (@steveholio) July 28, 2018
According to a spokesman for Cal Fire, the Carr Fire, which created at least two flaming tornados that toppled trees, shook firefighting equipment and busted truck windows, took "down everything in its path" https://t.co/BLhnWtE2K9
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) July 27, 2018
This is insane!
— Mercury News (@mercnews) July 27, 2018