Gender-Reveal Plane Stunt Goes Wrong, Two Killed


Gender-Reveal Plane Stunt Goes Wrong, Two Killed

A baby’s gender reveal in Mexico turned out badly when a plane streaming a sign about a baby girl, dove into the waters off Cancun – immediately killing two individuals on board while the parents-to-be and their visitors watched with horrific apprehension from a boat, as indicated by reports.

The anticipating couple, their loved ones were watching the flyover in merriment in the Nichupte Lagoon off the shoreline of the hotel city about 3:30 pm Tuesday, the US Sun announced.

“It’s a girl!” the guests are heard screaming as the single-engine Cessna 206, which was rented from a company called Xomex, flew overhead and performed a series of stunts,  as indicated by Sun.

Forensics officials transfer the bodies of two victims of a plane crash

One individual on the boat even made a chilling joke, saying, “It’s all good as long as it doesn’t end up crashing into us!”

Minutes after the fact, the judicious remark nearly wound up happening when the airplane plunged into the tidal pond, transforming what had been an upbeat festival into a degraded bad dream.

“Surely this can’t be happening!” one stunned participant yelled.

Nearby media announced that there had been somewhere in the range of two and four travelers on board the plane, which took off from Holbox, around 40 miles from Cancun.