More potentially deadly undetonated fireworks are turning up in communities across Massachusetts.
People in Ware have found at least eight unexploded fireworks shells on the ground since the display on June 30. Two of them went off after a park worker drove a lawnmower over them. Ware is not the only town dealing with this problem.
At The WBZ Water Cooler: You watched them on the Esplanade, from the bridges and from your TV…but we took in the fireworks this week, from a few boats, down on the docks of Boston Harbor.
A private fireworks show in Abington was so large that firefighters parked nearby to keep an eye on it. Now the department is sending the homeowner a fire detail bill.
Boston police commissioner Ed Davis told WBZ the evacuation of the Esplanade went “very, very well.”
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Investigators are trying to figure out what caused a huge fireworks explosion at a home in Pelham Tuesday night that left 11 people hurt, including five children.
Police said he was part of a large group of people in the Walgreens parking lot on Grafton Street watching the show when someone came up from behind and shot him.
Two children were Med-Flighted to Boston hospitals after a fireworks explosion at a home in Pelham, New Hampshire.
The Boston Pops will hold its 39th Fireworks Spectacular this July 4 on the Esplanade with a practice run on July 3 that is also open to the public. Here is the schedule of events.