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Arkansas Children's offers firework safety tips

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Gretta Wilkinson, a registered nurse with Arkansas Children's burn unit, said the most common injuries during the holiday weekend are from fireworks accidents. Wilkinson said it's important to keep children away from active fireworks, and always consider a firework to be live once you light it, even if you might think it's a dud.
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