A Device used for a gender reveal party has sparked up a fire in California that has burned more than 10,000 acres since this Saturday.
The El Dorado Fire in Southern California has San Bernardino County has burned up 10,574 acres and was 16% contained as of Tuesday, according to fire officials.
The fire started with a smoke generating device used at a gender reveal party this Saturday morning.
Luckily no injuries have been reported, and no structures have been damaged in the blaze, Cal Fire spokeswoman Cathey Mattingly said.
It was caught on video altho fire officials have refused to release the video saying the investigation is ongoing.
According to BuzzFeed
A California fire that has scorched more than 7,000 acres in two days was first sparked when a "pyrotechnic device" was used during a gender reveal, officials said.
Hundreds of people have been forced to flee their homes because of the brush fire, and firefighters on Monday were still struggling to keep the flames from reaching homes.
It was all sparked when a family headed out to El Dorado Ranch Park for a gender-reveal photo Saturday morning, Capt. Bennet Milloy from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire, told BuzzFeed News.
The reveal was supposed to be done with a "pyrotechnic device," but it instead ignited a fire that quickly spread north from the park into Yucaipa Ridge.
It's not immediately clear what kind of device was being used, Milloy said, but it is believed to have either emitted colored smoke or fireworks to reveal the baby's sex.
At least one member of the family stayed behind in an unsuccessful attempt to put out the fire, Milloy said.