Fireworks Safety Month

June and July are Fireworks Safety Months

June and July are “Fireworks Safety Months.”  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 7,000 people each year are treated in hospitals for injuries caused by fireworks. More than half those injuries occurred in children. Hands, fingers, and eyes are the body parts most likely injured. In addition, fireworks also caused home …

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Summer Is the Season to Observe Fireworks Safety

Officially, June and July are “Fireworks Safety Months.”  Shouldn’t we also tack on the last weekend of May?  After all, the Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer…and warm nights capped off with a finale of fireworks. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 7,000 people each year are …

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