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Firework Safety Tips

7/1/2021 (Permalink)

hand holding a sparkler and American flag Happy Independence Day from SEVRPO of Queen Anne's, Kent & Caroline Counties!

As the 4th of July festivities begin, it is important to practice good, smart safety to protect you and your home. Accidents happen, but it is best to be prepared incase anything does go wrong. 

You should never allow young children to handle fireworks. Even sparklers pose a huge risk to children. Make sure they maintain safe distance and are supervised at all times. 

Consider protective eyewear. Especially if you are handling fireworks, eyewear provides great protection incase something were to go wrong or you come in contact with falling embers. 

Maintain optimal distance from homes, people and any flammable materials. Embers fall fast and sometimes still lit- make sure there is water near by should anything catch fire. 

Do NOT try to re-light faulty fireworks. It is best to just pour water over it incase any part of it is still lit so that it doesn't misfire later on. 

Have fun & enjoy the show!

Fire works are a huge hit and incredibly fun. Make sure you are taking all necessary precautions to avoid any damage or accidents!

Have a Happy 4th!

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