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Fireworks Banned in Some Areas

Fireworks Banned in Some Areas



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(KSL News) -- Fireworks shouldn't be set off until three days before the 4th of July. But Salt Lake City has already banned them altogether in certain areas.

It's essentially a U-shape around the east, north and west sides of the city. Fireworks are banned east of Wasatch Drive, Virginia Street and Victory Road.

Also, north of 11th Avenue, 18th North, 5th North, behind the State Capitol, and on both sides of City Creek Canyon.

Fireworks are also banned west of I-215 on the west side of the city.

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