Video of Border Patrol agent's gender-reveal explosion that sparked wildfire released

Video of Border Patrol agent's gender-reveal explosion that sparked wildfire released

Video of Border Patrol agent's gender-reveal explosion that sparked wildfire released

A male voice twice shouts "Start packing up!"

Let this be a lesson: End gender reveal parties.

Video has just been obtained by the Arizona Daily star showing the moment Dickey, who was celebrating with his expectant wife, accidentally ignited a fire with an explosive target that shot blue smoke and flames onto dry grassland in the Santa Rita Mountain area.

Well, the US Forest Service has now released footage from the scene. The damage and firefighting costs topped $8 million. It instead caused an explosion that started the fire.

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"I feel absolutely terrible about it". "Dickey immediately reported the fire to law enforcement, co-operated, 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 appeared in federal court in October, where he was sentenced to pay $100,000 up front and $500 dollars every month for the next 20 years.

Moments after the shot lands, the target explodes and the nearby brush catches fire.

As part of a plea agreement, Dickey agreed to five years of probation and to make a public service announcement about the cause of the Sawmill Fire with the Forest Service. 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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