Smoke gustnado forms during Gorman brush fire

- What started as a spot fire Friday afternoon along the northbound Golden State (5) Freeway south of Gorman Road in Gorman has grown into a 25-acre brush fire. Four helicopters and 118 firefighters are battling the blaze, which isn't threatening structures, according to  Los Angeles County Fire Department Inspector Richie Licon.



During the brush fire, small gustnado full of smoke formed near the area where the fires were burning. 

 

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