Behind the Fourth of July, New Year's Eve is the second biggest day for fireworks sales; and the stands are popping up all around town with dozens of different types and sizes of fireworks.
Sparklers are legal everywhere in Pima County this New Year's, but that does not mean they are completely safe.
They can burn hotter than 1800 degrees, and the embers can burn through clothes. FEMA says almost half of all fireworks injures happen to kids 15 or younger.
Here are a few tips to help avoid that:
Certain restrictions have relaxed in some areas, since the area is no longer in the fire season, but know what the limitations in the area are before lighting off fireworks.
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