Ron Burgundy would've had a field day with this story.
A Fourth of July fireworks show in San Diego lasted just 15 seconds on Wednesday, when what organizers called "a technical glitch" caused all of the fireworks to go off at the same time.
According to Garden State Fireworks, a signal that was sent to the barges to "set the timing" of the fireworks caused "the entire show to be launched in about 15 seconds."
The "Big Bay Boom," as it was billed, quickly became a Big Bay Bust.
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"Anyone know if that was on purpose?" Josh Damigo wrote on Twitter. "It sure seems like something went wrong!"
"Was that it?" Jennifer Boyd tweeted.
Adding to the confusion, music that was supposed to be synchronized with the display played on in the darkness.
"There was "Proud to be an American," "Born in the USA," some Taylor Swift songs and lots of music with "America" in them," Teagan Hamblin told CNN.Read More »from San Diego fireworks fail: Fourth of July display accidentally launches all at once