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Every Fourth of July, crowds of people gather to “oooh” and “ahhh” over the area’s fireworks displays. While most people enjoy a good fireworks show, some want to recreate that sense of enjoyment in their own backyards—a big “no-no” in North Carolina.
Fireworks are illegal in North Carolina, and shooting them can be dangerous, not just to yourself but those around you. This was evident last week as a group of vacationers decided to set off fireworks in the backyard of the house they were renting in Sunset Beach.
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