Explosives used at a gender reveal party for a baby in the US state of New Hampshire have caused a tremor in the surrounding area. The man who used the explosives surrendered to police in what residents feared was a major scare.
A family throwing a party to reveal the sex of their baby in Kingston, New Hampshire, US, thought it was an earthquake when they threw 100 pounds of explosives.
Police said the man who used the explosives surrendered and there were no casualties in the blast. Investigations revealed that the explosive was a substance used for firearms and sold in kits.
In the US state of California, fireworks used at a gender disclosure party in September 2020 caused nearly 3,000 hectares of forest to burn. The fire had been fought for weeks and many of the creatures hosted by the forest had also died.