Fire marshal reminds Hoosiers about fireworks law

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The Indiana fire marshal is reminding Hoosiers to obey the law ahead of the Fourth of July holiday.

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, fireworks can be shot off until two hours past sunset. That goes for this weekend as well.

On the holiday itself, you can set fireworks off until midnight.

Children under 18 need to have an adult present when using fireworks.

If you shoot off fireworks on someone else’s property you could get a $500 fine.

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