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Fireworks Safety

Safety tips for backyard fireworks
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Jeffrey Sypolt

on 16 November 2011

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Safe 4th of July Remember only adults should handle matches Sparklers account for 1/3 of the injuries to children less than 5 years old. One out of every three people injured by fireworks were children under 15 years of age. According to the ... Sparklers burn at more than 1000 degrees F. Bottle rockets are a projectile hazard, can explode, and burn. M-80s are illegal in the United States
Don't sell them, don't buy them and
certianally don't try to make them.







Enough said? Enough said. That's REALLY Cherry Bombs Illegal too! Anything you hold in your hand to light or throw has added risk and can cause serious personal injury. Never Try to light failed fireworks. Firecrackers are notorious for this. Douse all failed fireworks with water. Keep a bucket full handy.
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