We Now Have Video of the Gender Reveal Stunt That Caused a Wildfire

In September, Border Patrol Agent Dennis Dickey pled guilty to accidentally starting an Arizona wildfire in 2017 that caused $8 million worth of damage. The kicker, that many on the internet capitalized on, was the wildfire was started during a baby gender reveal stunt. And now we can see how it all went down.

Yesterday the U.S. Forest Service released the video of Dickey's gender reveal that caused the wildfire. Dickey created a target that said "Boy" and "Girl" on it. Dickey filled the target with a powder that would turn either blue or pink depending on the baby's gender as well as Tannerite, a highly explosive substance that is legal. Obviously, this did not go well. Take a look:

On the bright side, Dickey did in fact have a baby boy, so at least that part of the gender reveal went right!

(h/t Buzzfeed News)

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