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How To Be Safe With 4th of July Fireworks

June 28, 2013

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next week and local authorities want to make sure people have fun with fireworks but do it safely.

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the Wenatchee Police Department and

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for the city of Wenatchee Mark Yaple sat down with us to discuss safe firework practices during 4th of July

festivities.