The Chaiten volcano erupts during storms in the middle of the night on May 2008 in Chaiten, Chile. The Chaiten volcano, located some 800 miles south of the capital Santiago, was considered dormant since it had not erupted for hundreds of years.
When forest fires subject to the right conditions, fire whirls, also called fire tornadoes can occur. Fires sometimes spawn their own winds as the flames consume oxygen, creating tornadoes filed with fire and noxious gases.
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