TURKEY, Texas (CBSNewYork/CNN) — An elaborate gender reveal stunt — involving a plane and hundreds of gallons of water — went horribly wrong and led to a plane crash in Texas, according to federal officials.

The National Transportation Safety Board released their report on the September plane crash on Friday.

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NTSB officials say the pilot was flying a plane at a low altitude on Sept. 7 while carrying 350 gallons of pink-colored water as part of the gender reveal for a friend.

The pilot dumped the pink water from the plane, but then was “too low” and immediately stalled. The pilot was not injured in the crash in Turkey, Texas — about 100 miles southeast of Amarillo.

The plane’s other passenger suffered minor injuries however, authorities added the plane was designed to carry only one person.

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This incident was the latest in a string of gender reveal stunts gone awry.

In October, a family in Iowa inadvertently built a pipe bomb for a party that exploded and killed a grandmother.

Last year, an off-duty border patrol agent was ordered to pay more than $8 million in restitution after his gender reveal caused a forest fire in Arizona.

“Everybody’s got to… try something crazier than the next,” former NYPD Detective Joe Giacalone told CBS2 last year.

“We’ve had a scene with alligators, fireworks, what next? It gets to a point where you’re… going to cause injury to the parents or grandparents. I think they need to tone this down a bit,” Giacalone warned.

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