New Details Concerning Fireworks

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Updated: 7/03/2012 11:32 am
ABC 36 has new details concerning fireworks in area counties.

Jessamine County officials are urging citizens to refrain from using personal fireworks due to the dangerously dry conditions.

Officials in Jessamine County say anyone who decides to shoot off personal fireworks must abide by city and state laws pertaining to fireworks; and will be held responsible for damages related to fireworks.

Meantime, the fireworks show scheduled for Tuesday, July 3 at Whitaker Bank Ballpark will proceed as scheduled. The fireworks show will take place following the Lexington Legends-Asheville Tourists baseball game that begins at 7:05 p.m.
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