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4 fire stations open this weekend to accept illegal fireworks

Honolulu residents have one last opportunity to dispose of illegal fireworks Saturday and Sunday at four Oahu fire stations through an amnesty program.

The Honolulu Fire Department’s program, supported by the Honolulu Police Department, allows Oahu residents to turn in any illegal fireworks without any repercussions.

This weekend from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., fireworks can be dropped off at the following fire stations: Hawaii Kai, Kakaako, Kalihi and McCully/ Moiliili.

Some 2,205 pounds of fireworks was collected this past weekend, making it a total of 6,400 pounds since June, police said.

 

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