Fire marshal pleased with small number of firework-related incidents
#1 Jul 5, 2012
There are some incidents that have not been reported. Example: I had to have medical attention due to loss of hearing today and follow up with a specialist tomorrow. I approached my neighbor of what I had experienced and why didn't he give me a heads up that he had planned to do fireworks. The "bang" was extremely higher in the legal decibles causing damage to my hearing and my dogs who are fearful of loud noise. He could have cared less and said he would be setting off more fireworks this evening. I called the dispatcher in Scarborough to bring this to their awareness, response was to call this evening if the noise level is high. I share this as I hope people do not get harmed due to ignorance and negligence, yes and accidents do happen. But shame on him! And he works for the town? Be safe everyone and we'll evaluate this as time goes on.
#2 Jul 5, 2012
I'm in Scarborough, don't know why Bath, Me showed up, oh well.....
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