Christopher Pekny, 28, passed away last Sunday in Liberty, New York, when a device that he had been putting together for a party to reveal the sex of his unborn child exploded.
As reported by the “New York Post”, the state police reported that the explosion of this device also affected his brother Michael Pekny, 27. Immediately, he was treated at Garnet Medical Center in Middletown.
In the midst of this tragic event, Livingston Manor’s “Robin Hood” restaurant, which is owned by the family since the 1980s, he spoke out and lamented the loss of Christopher it’s a statement.
“We are deeply saddened and must inform everyone of the loss of our dear and beloved Christopher. We appreciate the overwhelming show of love and support that all of you have shown”, said the family through Facebook.
The police also maintained that this event is under investigation. In addition, it was learned that a series of events caused by these devices for gender revelation have been recorded in recent years.
“New York Post” said that at the beginning of February a 26-year-old man died after being reached by the“shrapnel from a cannon blast“It was malfunctioning and used at a baby shower.
Even a pyrotechnic device used to reveal gender started a forest fire in California. The event occurred last September 2020.
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