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Marsh428

As a resident who has had their house set on fire twice the rewards of watching a few seconds of a bottle rocket doesn't trump the serious threat of loss of property or even worse death. I can be vigilant but their are many elderly in our neighborhood who may not be able to get out of their homes. It is to the point I'm terrified to leave my house on busy fireworks nights. Instead of celebrating with family I'm on fire watch. Funny thing both fires caused by same neighbor. They never learn!

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