Huge 'firenado' seen amidst roaring brush fire in California

Over 200 firefighters were called to tackle a brush fire in Gorman, California on Wednesday, after the blaze spread to more than 150 acres. Soaring temperatures and turbulent winds formed a "firenado" from the flames of the bushfire. Also known as "fire devils," these are towers of fire that are formed when hot, dry air is mixed with fire.