5 gender reveal disasters: wildfires, fatal explosion, plane crash

As of Monday, 12 square miles of Yucaipa was under evacuation order[2], as well as neighboring communities in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.

Other bad outcomes from gender reveal parties:

• In April 2018, a car whose exhaust had been rigged to spew blue smoke caught fire as it did doughnuts in front of an expectant Australian couple. The driver bailed and the spectators fled in the incident caught on drone video.

• In September 2019, a crop duster that had just dropped 350 gallons of pink water stalled and crashed in front of party guests in Turkey, Texas. The plane was destroyed and a passenger suffered minor injuries.

• In October 2019, 56-year-old Pamela Kreimeyer died instantly when she was struck in the head by a piece of metal[3] from an exploding device during a family gathering at her home in Knoxville, Iowa. She was the grandmother of the baby whose sex was to be revealed by a homemade pipe bomb using gunpowder and colored powder.

• Finally, in a March 2018 stunt, nobody was injured, but the treatment of an animal drew criticism when the video was released on Facebook. Mike Kliebert, who runs an alligator farm in Louisiana, put a watermelon in the mouth of a gator; when the animal bit down, the melon exploded with blue goo.

Below: Video released by the Forest Service of the start of the Sawmill Fire in Green Valley, Arizona.

References

  1. ^ set off the Sawmill Fire (www.mercurynews.com)
  2. ^ 12 square miles of Yucaipa was under evacuation order (www.mercurynews.com)
  3. ^ struck in the head by a piece of metal (www.mercurynews.com)

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