(HOUSTON)– Fireworks go on sale tomorrow, so we thought it would be a good idea to go over a few safety tips.
Fireworks have been part of America’s Fourth of July celebration since 1777.
Sue Davis is with top dog fireworks says you need to follow a few safety tips to make sure your Fourth of July is safe.
Here’s Davis’ list of recommendations for a fun and safe Independence Day party:
- Have an adult present.
- Have water nearby.
- Use eye protection.
- Fire them from an open space like a parking lot or cul de sac.
- Use common sense.
“Don’t shoot fireworks at each other; don’t shoot them off the roof of a house,” Davis suggests.
News 92 FM reminds you, you transport fireworks through most cities, but you cannot fire them within the city limits.