Couple face 20 years behind bars for gender reveal that allegedly sparked deedly fire

Western wildfires continue to burn with the Dixie fire growing to over 90,000 acres since Monday, as new details emerge about the El Dorado fire in Southern California last year.
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Transcript for Couple face 20 years behind bars for gender reveal that allegedly sparked deedly fire
We turn to those wildfires in the west growing overnight as one couple faces 20 years behind bars after their gender reveal allegedly sparked a fire that killed a firefighter. Kaylee Hartung has the latest. Reporter: This morning, wildfires raging in the west. The Dixie fire growing to over 90,000 acres doubling in size since Monday. Smoky conditions leaving the sky glowing red. Firefighters work tirelessly to fill their trucks with water from this reservoir. The Nevada National Guard surveying the damage. The tamarack fire spreading further triggering road closures and prompting some to evacuate. I was born and raised in that don't want to lose it. Reporter: Smoke from those wildfires carrying thousands of miles across the country. As the sprawling wildfire emergency rages, news about the eldorado fire that ignited 22,000 acres last year in southern California. Hymn the couple accidentally ignited the fire during their so-called gender reveal party. People were really concerned about the impact that something that started off that seemed so innocent ended up having such an amazing impact on people in the community, their homes, in this case a life was lost. Reporter: One U.S. Forest service firefighter was killed along with the destruction of millions of dollars in property. And pacific gas & electric say their equipment may have started the Dixie fire burning right now. Pg&e saying they're going to bury 10,000 miles of power lines to prevent them from sparking any more wildfires in the drought stricken areas in the west. Thanks. We stay in the west, deadly monsoon storms slamming kolg

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