We've all seen gender reveal parties where someone busts a balloon, vehicles with the smoke either pink or blue, and even people who have busted objects with bullets to make them explode a powder to reveal whether or not they're having a boy or girl.
Well, this gender reveal went terribly wrong.
A couple near Tuscon, Arizona shot a target full of colored powder and tannerite, a highly explosive substance in 2017. When the target exploded, revealing they were having a boy, the sparks landed in the dry grass around it and immediately started a fire. This fire would later be known as the Sawmill Fire and would burn more than 47,000 acres and cause more than $8 million dollars in damage.
The man who shot the target was an off-duty border patrol officer. In the video, after the fire starts, you can hear them say "start packing up!"
The video, below, was released after a Freedom of Information request was made to the US Department of Agriculture.