A gender reveal party in California resulted in a massive fire that destroyed more than 10,000 acres of land. The fire, which began on Saturday and continued to burn well into Tuesday afternoon, has only been 16 percent contained.

CNN reported the blaze was caused by a “smoke-generating pyrotechnic device” that was used at a party on Saturday in El Dorado Ranch Park in Yucaipa.

In a surveillance video, a couple is seen walking into the grass with children while an individual lights the device. After the device is ignited, the group can be seen trying to use water bottles to put out the fire.

Despite the ongoing flames, no injuries or structural damages have been reported.

“The hard work of crews on the ground, dozers, and aircraft have enabled a lot of great work to be accomplished as fire lines continue to be constructed around the fire in preparation for the upcoming Red Flag Santa Ana Wind event starting at noon tomorrow and lasting through Wednesday,” the San Bernardino National Forest said in a statement.

Although the fire is still under investigation, if the district attorney decides to pursue charges, the culprit could face charges of arson, “igniting the land” and others.

The extent of damages caused by the blaze will ultimately decide whether the district attorney will file felony or misdemeanor charges. The attendees of the gender reveal party are reportedly cooperating with officials amid the investigation.

 “It really is a tragedy, it’s sad. They were hoping to remember the day in a different way,” CalFire investigator Capt. Bennet Milloy said.

“You need to be extra cautious because you could be liable,” he added.

A border guard accidentally started a giant fire in Arizona in 2017 at a gender reveal party by shooting at a homemade target made with a highly explosive product A border guard accidentally started a giant fire in Arizona in 2017 at a gender reveal party by shooting at a homemade target made with a highly explosive product Photo: US Forest Service / HO