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The blame was put on a computer snafu for all of the fireworks set for a Fourth of July show the night before going off at once in San Diego Bay. Because of that, what was supposed to be a 15-minute show ended up being 30 seconds of a series of gigantic explosions. August Santore, owner of New Jersey-based Garden State Fireworks, who was involved in coordinating the show, said, "It's just something that obviously was beyond our control. Anyone who has ever had any kind of computer situation, or otherwise -- it's not perfect -- so we've never had this situation before and God willing, we'll never have anything like this again."