VIDEO: Cal Fire says massive fire tornado killed fire inspector in Redding

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We're getting a new look at the ferocity of the Carr "fire tornado" that Cal Fire says is blamed for killing a fire inspector.

We're getting a new look at the ferocity of the Carr "fire tornado" that Cal Fire says is blamed for killing a fire inspector.

The fire burned so fiercely on July 26 that it created a fire tornado of flame, ash and combustible gas.

VIDEO: Cal Fire blames firenado for death of fire inspector in Redding
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We're getting a new look at the ferocity of the Carr "fire tornado" that Cal Fire says is blamed for killing 37-year-old fire inspector Jeremy Stoke.



The tornado was about the size of three football fields at its base.

The report released Wednesday says Jeremy Stoke got caught in that fire tornado.

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The 37-year-old Redding fire inspector was driving when he made an emergency call saying he was getting burned over and needed a water drop.

Crews tried to get his location but got no response.

Get the latest on the Carr Fire here, the Complex Fire here and the latest on wildfires across California here.

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