Sunday, September 6, 2015

"800,000 gallons of Jim Beam accidentally released into a Kentucky lake bursts into flames after being hit by lightning... before a tornado sucks the flaming liquid 100 feet up into the air"

Yeah, been there, huh bro?.
From the Daily Mail:

 The Weather Channel said a firenado required a very rare set of circumstances to combine at the right time
A Jim Beam warehouse in Kentucky was struck by lightning releasing 800,000 gallons of bourbon into a nearby lake. Then, the lake was hit by a 'firenado' setting the inflammable liquid alight. 

The firenado was caused when a bolt of lighting hit the ground setting a fire which was in the path of a tornado, which sucked up the flames, creating a terrifying spiralling inferno. 

A video of the dramatic scenes has been viewed more than four million times on the interne

According to The Weather Channel, a firenado can grow up to 100 feet tall. 
After the warehouse was damaged, the bourbon flowed into a nearby lake, which was then struck by lightening. 

A small tornado passed over the scene, sucking up the flaming spirit and spreading the fire further.

Despite being the victims of a lightning strike, Jim Beam are facing damages of $70,000 for polluting the nearby creek which led to major fish kills....MORE