As if being a farmer wasn’t a hard enough job, apparently fire tornados are something you have to worry about. These “firenados” popped up on a Cornelius, Oregon farm after a piece equipment sparked a fire.
Authorities are blaming the firenados on “erratic” winds, which both added to the fire itself and the tornado shape. One of the funnels swirled for about two minutes and reached up 200 feet. While seven acres were ultimately burned, no injuries were reported.
Source: Associated Press