Hundreds of firefighters battled wildfires in California on Wednesday. The fire was also put out from an aircraft.

A special phenomenon was recorded by a television crew in California while filming firefighters battling wildfires. The statement stated that a “storm of fire” caused the fire, which led to flames flying in the air BBC.




The whirlwind formed when warm, dry air began to flow upward. This vortex was “painted” with flames, resulting in the formation of a fire tornado. The case is not rare, a similar phenomenon to the end of the lens has occurred many times before. In some shots, you can clearly see how terrifying the Earth is when such a whirlpool of fire develops.




Hundreds of firefighters battled wildfires in California on Wednesday. Fortunately, the flames did not harm anyone, and the building was not in danger.

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