Fire twister sends horses working, torches Australian ranch – National
Amateur video shot on Monday presentations a hearth twister forming all through a bushfire in Western Australia.
Danny Robinson, who works on a ranch with reference to the fireplace, recorded the fireplace and smoke twister which used to be about six kilometres clear of his location.
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Robinson informed Reuters in an e mail that the bushfire began on Sunday.
“The upward forces of the fire tornado managed to rip and tear shrubs completely out of the ground, tossing them some tens of metres into the air,” wrote Robinson.
“The flames reached some 60 feet high and the smoke vortex was displayed for about ten minutes up to probably a height of about 300 metres skywards before dispersing,” Robinson added.
The hearth used to be managed via firefighters from the Department of Parks and Wildlife.