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Fire-tornado hits California: Out of control

Something as rare as a fire-tornado struck northern California on Saturday.

the Phenomenon has emerged, after an extensive forest fire produced fire columns.

the UNITED states meteorological department, National Weather Service, warned on Saturday afternoon about the risk of a fire-tornado, which produced rotating fire with a speed of up to 100 km/h. It writes the Washington Post.

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American meterologer describes fire island as a phenomenon that creates 'extremely dangerous conditions'. Photo: Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

the Warning has led to parts of northern California have been evacuated.

Skovbranden as the fire tornado is caused by, has spread over 200 square miles since it ignited Friday afternoon. It writes CNN.

According to the warning from the National Weather Service hit the fire tornado is not in the populated areas, but is a major hazard for firefighters in the area.

Sunday morning was the announcement from California that skovbranden is still active and is still not under control.

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