|Independence Day celebrations almost always include Cookouts, Fireworks, Friends and Family! Here are a few safety tips to keep your gatherings safe and fun-filled.|
Summertime is in full swing and as we saw on July 4th, we all love to celebrate our nation’s freedom with friends, family, fun, and that usual “dangerous” tradition—fireworks. What a spectacular way to commemorate Independence Day. Honestly - it's best to leave fireworks to the PROFESSIONALS!! Here is a link to the fireworks in southeastern Wisconsin.
The truth is that thousands of people are injured each year and some have even died as a result of fireworks accidents. Of course, you're far more likely to blow your hand off with an explosive than actually kill yourself. There were around 10,500 emergency-room visits in 2014 due to fireworks-related injuries and there's been no statistically significant shift since 1999, the data show.
Adhere to your local laws regarding home fireworks use!
Wisconsin law says it is okay to use things like small sparklers, toy snakes, and stationary cones. But things like bottle rockets, roman candles, and firecrackers are illegal to set off unless you have a permit.
Here is the link to Wisconsin Firework Laws. Furthermore, each county, city, or even township can have their own unique set of ordinances. Check with them first!
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