Fireworks complaints are skyrocketing in New York City, soaring in San Francisco and up 600% in Milwaukee. But, why?
Wednesday, 1 July 2020 ()
An increase in fireworks complaints across the U.S. has generated a buzz on social media, with many users asking for an explanation. What's going on?
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