(CNN / Meredith) -- A whirlwind in British Columbia, Canada ran into a a roaring fire and created this amazing, and terrifying, weather phenomenon.

Firefighter, Mary Schidlowsky said her crew was battling a wildfire last month when the flames and smoke got caught up in a whirlwind.

She said it rose more than 100 feet in the air, and even sucked up their fire hose. Firefighters struggled to pull the hose back in, but it was melted.

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