Before the Fourth of July, Federal regulators issued a warning to the public on more than 37,000 fireworks, which are considered "overloaded" with explosives that could cause serious injuries.
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission published a variety of incendiaries that violate their standards for pyrotechnics due to a "greater than expected explosion, posing explosion and burn hazards to consumers."
In 2018, the American Pyrotechnic Association reported an all-time high of fireworks sales due to lifted restrictions in states like New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The below products are available for refund, according to the CPSC.
Units recalled: About 25,000
Patriot Pyrotechnics/Bill's Fireworks
Units recalled: About 11,000
Units recalled: About 260
Keystone G-Force Fireworks
Units recalled: About 1,660
The fireworks contain "banned hazardous substances" that are prohibited from being sold under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act.