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a tornado, but made of smoke and flames. This is what we saw American firefighters on Wednesday. The phenomenon occurred near Gorman, a city in southern California, on the front of a fire baptized "SAM".

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Video: an impressive "fire tornado" observed in California (Dailymotion)

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barely triggered, the "Sam Fire" immediately mobilized just over 200 firefighters. A responsiveness which has for the moment allowed to limit the damage: only 60 hectares of vegetation has burned under the flames.

California ravaged by

fires a very different assessment than that of "McKinney Fire", this gigantic fire that has ravaged Northern California for 3 weeks. Having become uncontrollable, he has already destroyed 23,000 hectares and caused the death of 4 people.

At the beginning of July it was yet another fire that terrorized the Californians: "Oak Fire". With flames sometimes 30 meters high, he had destroyed around forty dwellings and marked the spirits with his intensity and his speed of spread.

The fire season in California, a state in a situation of persistent drought, is expected to last several months. The frequency and strength of these fires are exacerbated by global warming.

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