A couple conducting a gender reveal event detonated 80 pounds of explosives that shook homes up to 20 miles away, according to police.
“Cops in Kingston, a New Hampshire town not far from the Massachusetts border, received a flurry of 911 calls from terrified homeowners after shockwaves rattled properties within a 20-mile radius of the Torromeo quarry,” The Daily Mail reported. “Residents complained that the foundations to their homes were damaged after a family set off 80 lbs of explosives at a nearby quarry on Tuesday evening around 7 p.m.”
The 80 pounds of Tannerite were covered with blue chalk to create colored smoke to show the expected baby is a boy. While police have talked to those responsible, their names were not released.
One homeowner 20 miles away, Heidi Jordan, told The New Hampshire Union Leader, “I thought for a second that maybe a large dump truck had gone off the road and struck a tree. I also considered that it