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Tormented by fireworks
Imagine having to endure three hours of fireworks and then waking up at 6 on New Year’s morning and looking at the disgusting sight left on my driveway, lawn and road with the remains of the fireworks. I had to pick up over 50 plastic items, scrub green dye off the pavers and wash down the entire affected area. All for Old Year’s Night. Did the individuals who were responsible for this care? Why should they?
They had a good time sending off the fireworks and this is a residential area. Insp Archie, didn’t you indicate it’s illegal under the Summary Offences Act 11.02 in one of your briefings? Who cares about the law? This will only be stopped when someone’s home, car, or T&TEC lines are damaged or serious bodily harm is done. Come December 31, do I have to endure this again? No, no!
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