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June 16, 2014 8:23 PM

Makers of illegal fireworks can pay a deadly price when the process goes wrong

Wiley Mitchell was killed last week after an explosion in his Kansas City house tore off both legs and one arm. Investigators say residents of the house might have been making illegal fireworks for two years. Such accidents can easily happen because the raw materials in fireworks have a high spark and static risk.

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