Gender reveal party using 80 pounds of explosives shakes New England town

KINGSTON, NH – A New Hampshire family’s gender reveal party was such a blast it rocked towns, sparked reports of an earthquake, and could be heard across the border state, police said.

Police in Kingston, a town not far from the Massachusetts border, received reports of a large explosion on Tuesday evening. They responded to Torromeo’s quarry, where they found people who admitted to throwing a gender reveal party with explosives.

The source was Tannerite – 80 pounds of it, police said. The family believed the quarry would be the safest place to detonate the explosive, which is typically sold over the counter as a target for practicing firearms, police said.

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Residents nearby said the explosion rocked their homes. Some have reported property damage, NBC 10 Boston reported.

“We heard this terrible explosion,” Sara Taglieri, who lives in a house adjacent to the quarry, told TV station. “It knocked pictures off our walls. … I’m quite ready to mess things up and so on, but it was extreme.

Taglieri’s husband Matt told the TV station neighbors had reported cracks in the foundations of their homes.

No injuries were reported, police said.

The person who bought and detonated the explosives went to the police. He has not been identified.

Police said an investigation is underway and a decision will be made on the potential charges.

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