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Fourth of July fireworks leave trail of death, lost limbs, burns

Twelve years old and well versed in the art of converting a Fourth of July fireworks fountain into a tiny explosive, a friend hands me my first bottle rocket and lights the fuse. I expect the firework at the end of the stick to fly off. Instead, a shower of burning gunpowder scorches my arm. […]
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