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Few fireworks issues reported to emergency crews over New Year's

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Posted: Tuesday, January 4, 2011 2:19 pm | Updated: 11:40 am, Wed Jan 5, 2011.

East Valley emergency crews report they saw very little, if any, fireworks-related issues over the holiday weekend.

Gilbert Hospital, as well as the Banner hospitals in the East Valley, say there were no fireworks-related emergency room visits.

In Mesa, a juvenile suffered a minor burn to the hand when trying to remove burning fireworks from a tree, according to the Mesa Fire Department.

A small fire was caused by the improper disposal of fireworks in a trash can, and juveniles playing with fireworks caused a 200-square-foot fire in a field in separate incidents, said Mesa Fire spokesman Forrest Smith.

Among the Mesa, Gilbert, Apache Junction and Queen Creek fire departments, that was the only medical call, Smith said.

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