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Fireworks ban has improved Honolulu — don't forget that

By Lee Donohue

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 11, 2014

~~<p>So City Councilman Ikaika Anderson wants to amend the current fireworks law. How quickly we forget those eardrum-breaking &quot;KABOOMS&quot; that started two to three weeks before New Year's Eve. Also remember the noise and smoke that drove a good number of our community members to shut themselves in their homes and sedate their pets.</p>
<p>Many of those kabooms were caused by homemade &quot;sparklerbombs;&quot; fireworks that include sparklers are dangerous. The sparklerbombs are easy to make and become explosive bombs.</p>
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So City Councilman Ikaika Anderson wants to amend the current fireworks law. How quickly we forget those eardrum-breaking "KABOOMS" that started two to three weeks before New Year's Eve. Also remember the noise and smoke that drove a good number of our community members to shut themselves in their homes and sedate their pets.

Many of those kabooms were caused by homemade "sparklerbombs;" fireworks that include sparklers are dangerous. The sparklerbombs are easy to make and become explosive bombs. Login for more...



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