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Forest Service releases video of gender reveal explosion that caused wildfire

Forest Service releases video of gender reveal explosion that caused wildfire

Newly released video shows a baby gender reveal stunt that the U.S. Forest Service says was responsible for a massive wildfire.

The fire was started after happy, expectant dad Dennis Dickey and his wife gathered some pals and headed to the Coronado National Forest, Arizona, to find out the gender of their unborn baby.

The video shows an explosive-laden package standing in a dry, grassy field, with the words "boy" and "girl" painted on it. At the end of the video a voice can be heard shouting twice, "Start packing up!".

Footage of the incident was released by the US Forest Service on Monday.

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The wildfire would spread over 47,000 acres of land and cost more than $8 million in damage.

"I feel absolutely frightful about it".

According to court documents, Dickey "immediately reported the fire to law enforcement, cooperated and admitted that he started the fire". The weather station is at 7,100 feet and the location of the party where the fire started is most likely around 4,000 feet.

He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in September and was sentenced to five years of probation. "Dickey also agreed to make an initial payment of $100,000 toward the restitution judgement and monthly payments thereafter". After the ingredients are combined, the compound is illegal to transport and is classified as an explosive by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms.

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