WATCH: Scary 'Firenado' Forms Along Pacific Coast Highway

As residents were evacuating the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, one woman caught video of a scary 'firenado' forming on Friday. Karen Foshay posted the video on Instagram with the caption, "One of the most terrifying events I have experienced. This was two hours ago on PCH in Malibu. It was a fire hurricane."

The firenado formed along the Pacific Coast Highway, as you can hear someone in the video say "Let's get out of here..."

As of Monday morning, 85,500 acres had burned along the border of the Ventura and Los Angeles counties from the Woolsey fire, with reports of two deaths. The evacuation areas included the entire cities of Malibu and Calabasas.

According to Cal Fire, 177 structures have been destroyed in the fire so far. Officials say that number is expected to rise as firefighters search through the cities.

Read more on ABC 7.

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