Residents should know what the fireworks laws are for their area.
In addition, Duffy reminded everyone of the three B's of fireworks safety:
Be prepared: Have water nearby and put pets indoors;
Be safe: Only adults should light fireworks;
Be responsible: Clean up fireworks debris.
To learn more about fireworks ordinances in your city or county information regarding fireworks, check out www.wsp.wa.gov/fire/fireworks.htm.
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