Thousands of people who had camped for hours around beaches and parks at Glorietta Bay, San Diego, California to watch the annual 4th of July - Independence Day - fireworks display celebration known as "Big Bay Boom" on Wednesday night , disappointed after hundreds of fireworks , expected to last 18 minutes, exploded at once in 15 seconds due to a technical malfunction , according to Los Angeles Times.
"Approximately five minutes before the show was to start, a signal was sent to the barges that would set the timing for the rest of the show after the introduction," "We apologize for the brevity of the show and the technical difficulties." an apology wrote on the Big Bay Boom website.
According to Daily Buzz , some of people loved the Firework fail as it made an amazing view of the Bay at night but others didn't like it . "I waited 3hrs in the cold and paid $12 for parking and got one little explosion? WTF," tweeted @aj521z..
"It shook the whole building. I thought it was a bomb or someone was shooting everybody," "Car alarms, every kind of noise came on. It was really unexpected." disappointed spectator told CNN.