A recent plane crash in Texas that resulted in “substantial damage” to the aircraft and at least one injured person was caused by gender reveal stunt gone wrong, officials said in a report Friday.
An Air Tractor AT 602 crashed on Sept. 7 in Turkey, a small city just 90 miles west of the Oklahoma border, after slowing down too much in order to dump out “350 gallows of pink water” as a part of a gender reveal, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
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The pilot reportedly told officials that they were maneuvering at a low altitude when the plane “got too slow,” causing it to aerodynamically stall before crashing.
“The airplane sustained substantial damage to the fuselage, right-wing, and empennage,” the NTSB report read.
A Federal Aviation Administration inspector also reported that there were two people aboard the single-seat plane.
The pilot sustained minor injuries and the second passenger was unharmed.
A 56-year-old woman in Iowa died last month after getting struck by debris from an explosion at a gender reveal party.
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