Video released of gender reveal which sparked huge Arizona wildfire

Posted November 28, 2018

A figure blacked out on the video moves toward the flames after a few seconds but then backs up.

He has to pay more than $8 million in restitution, starting with a $100,000 initial payment and monthly payments thereafter, authorities said.

"Start packing up!" a man shouts. He pleaded guilty in September to a misdemeanor charge. He's now been sentenced to 5 years probation.

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Perhaps the constant one-upmanship when it comes to gender reveals should be kept to cake cutting or balloon releases, especially given the fact that some 80 people died and hundreds are still missing as a result of the latest wildfires in California.

The intended explosion was detonated as part of a gender reveal party.

Video has surfaced of the moment an explosion started the Sawmill Fire that damaged more than 45,000 acres of land in Arizona in April 2017. When the former agent fired his rifle, the baby's gender was revealed but the blaze also ignited.

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The fire burned almost 47,000 acres of state land in a little more than a week. The Coronado National Forest is federal land operated by the US Forest Service.

According to court documents, Dickey "immediately reported the fire to law enforcement, cooperated and admitted that he started the fire".

The footage was released to the Tucson-based newspaper after it submitted a Freedom of Information Act request.

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