SAN DIEGO: Fireworks Dud Disappointed Hemet High Principal
On July 4, San Diego's annual Big Bay Boom fireworks display was exactly that—a 15-second premature explosion of pyrotechnics that featured 20 minutes of fireworks all at once. The Port of San Diego and Garden State Fireworks company sent out a
SAN DIEGO — The Fourth of July fireworks display above San Diego Bay was over in a flash after a malfunction that the show s producer blamed Thursday on a computer glitch caused the planned 20-minute spectacle to burn up all at once.
instead of 20 minutes of fireworks, the crowd in San Diego got about 20 seconds of giant, deafening booms after a computer mishap sent multiple bulb-shaped explosions over the bay. The show's producer blamed a "technical glitch" Thursday, saying an
A computer glitch apparently caused the fireworks mishap that disappointed thousands of people who camped out to watch the Big Bay Boom in San Diego's Glorietta Bay Wednesday night, when they got more of a Big Bay
One of the largest Fourth of July fireworks shows in the nation was ruined in San Diego Wednesday after a glitch caused all the pyrotechnics to ignite all at