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143 MPH Fire Tornado Ripped Through Redding During Carr Fire


REDDING (CBS SF) — It’s the kind of finding one would suspect from National Weather Service investigators along Tornado Alley in the wake of a deadly storm front.

But it wasn’t. It was the measurement of the wind generated during the height of the firestorm that ripped through Redding last week, killing six people and damaging hundreds of homes.  

On Thursday, NWS researcher combed through the wreckage left behind and determined a fire whirl — commonly known as a fire tornado — roared through the area between 7:30 p.m and 8 p.m. on July 26th.


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4 Responses to 143 MPH Fire Tornado Ripped Through Redding During Carr Fire

  1. Angel-NYC says:


  2. 'ol stewbum says:

    Is there no shielding from DEWs or what?
    Seems to me that if there is no direct defense, then offense is the order of the day. Yes?
    We will need to learn where/how these attacks originate so as to dismantle the machinery of our demise.
    If we don’t start fighting back, the sky is the limit to what they’ll do to us guinea pigs.

  3. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    All it takes is a good stick match, the whole goddamn region lites off. Been goin on for years, worse lately though.

    I was born and raised in south Cali, Jesus did I just say that?

    Henry has spent his whole life in Oregon, you can just imagine what is goin through this mans head right now?

    Both these states are going through political hell right now.

  4. OKC koyote (super genius) says:

    Looks like Dresden at about the end of ww2

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