Explosions in the Sky: Independence Day Fireworks

More than 67 percent of Americans are planning to join in the Fourth of July festivities this year. It’s time to hang out with family and friends, grill food, and light off a ton of fireworks. Unfortunately, those exciting explosions can also kill the party in a major way.

While the majority of injuries come from sparklers and small firecrackers, shooting roman candles at each other and lighting off illegal fireworks that set off car alarms can turn deadly.

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