An infant was being treated for smoke inhalation after authorities believe fireworks caught the balcony of an Anaheim apartment building on fire Tuesday, July 4.
Emergency workers spent the Fourth of July evening responding to a typical volume of illegal fireworks complaints, Battalion Chief Randy Anderson said.
Firefighters responded to a second-alarm fire between the residences of 15 and 17 Walnut St. shortly before 12:30 a.m., fire officials said.
A fire that damaged a home in Scarborough started with fireworks, according to fire officials.
A fire broke out in a garage in Green Bay Tuesday night.
The homeowner did not receive a citation for using illegal fireworks, but fire investigators confiscated about $300 worth of mortars.
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The fire department sent four engine companies and two truck companies to the house.
Firefighters arrived to find flames spreading to the single-story home's attic, however, a quick aggressive attack had the fire under control in under five minutes.
They found a front porch on fire on Walnut Street between Broad and Jay Streets.
They want people to know there is a right way and a wrong way to dispose of fireworks.
No injuries were reported.