A computer malfunction ruined a 4th of July fireworks display in San Diego’s Glorietta Bay on Wednesday when all the fireworks were set off at once, causing a big fireball and disappointing thousands of spectators. Fail.
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"We sincerely apologize for the technical glitch that affected the #BigBayBoom. Event producers are currently investigating the cause," read a tweet from the Port of San Diego Wednesday night.
On Thursday, it was determined a computer glitch caused the premature explosion, not human error.
Garden State Fireworks co-owner August Santore spoke with local TV stations to say the display took months of planning. "No one feels worse than us,” he said. “We don’t look for anyone’s sympathy, we accept 100% responsibility.”
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