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Fireworks Eye Safety Month

Happy Independence Day!

Please stay safe by avoiding fireworks injuries which can be very dangerous especially for children.

Vision Source makes us aware of how fireworks can be dangerous and as fun and beautiful as fireworks are, they can also be extremely dangerous. In fact, over 10,000 fireworks-related injuries were reported in 2014, 1,300 of those being eye injuries. So, whether you’re watching or using fireworks to celebrate Independence Day or simply for your own entertainment, there are precautions you should take to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you.

Keep fireworks fun by remembering these tips and being smart about how you use fireworks. Stay safe out there!