An aircraft involved in gender exposure crashed in Mexico, killing two of them.
The Quintana Roo Nautical Association, a private maritime business association, said the incident took place in the Nichuput Lagoon in Cancun on Monday afternoon.
A sex-displayed video showed the plane flying over the beach and emitting pink smoke, and people cheered and shouted “Nina!” -“Girl” in Spanish.
Then, the camera will shake and capture the small aircraft that has fallen into the water.
The Quintana Roo State Attorney General’s Office confirmed to ABC News on Thursday that one person died in the crash and a second person died after being rescued.
The passengers of the deceased have not yet been confirmed by the authorities.
The incident was the most recent fatal accident, and the plane crash was related to the gender revealer.
Authorities say that in February, a 28-year-old New York man was killed when a device made for the baby’s gender reveal party exploded. In October 201
Authorities said that also in 2019, a plane crashed in Texas after the pilots dumped about 350 gallons of pink water. Both passengers survived, and one of them suffered minor injuries.