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Final Touches On Laurel Fireworks

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As the Fourth of July holiday comes closer and closer, firefighters in Laurel are working hard to put the finishing touches on their longtime fireworks show.

The city's volunteer fire department has hosted the annual fireworks display for about six decades. Officials with the fireworks say this year, they have ordered at least 1,000 more fireworks shells for the show. They also say people across the region should come to the show prepared.

"Bring a lot of water, bring sunscreen, shade if you can bring it, tents. Just prepared to be blown away," said Brian Dennis with the volunteer fire department.

The fireworks display should start when the sky is dark. In addition, there will be a parade in Laurel earlier in the day.

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