Old Bridge resident concerned about fireworks in the neighborhood

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Old Bridge resident John Friel found bottle rockets in his backyard in Sayrewoods South after the Fourth of July. He said fireworks terrified dogs but he was also concerned because the grass is dry and fireworks debris could cause a fire. Aerial consumer fireworks remain prohibited in New Jersey.PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOHN FRIEL
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Old Bridge resident John Friel found bottle rockets in his backyard in Sayrewoods South after the Fourth of July. He said fireworks terrified dogs but he was also concerned because the grass is dry and fireworks debris could cause a fire. Aerial consumer fireworks remain prohibited in New Jersey.PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOHN FRIEL
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Old Bridge resident John Friel found bottle rockets in his backyard in Sayrewoods South after the Fourth of July. He said fireworks terrified dogs but he was also concerned because the grass is dry and fireworks debris could cause a fire. Aerial consumer fireworks remain prohibited in New Jersey.PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOHN FRIEL
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Old Bridge resident John Friel found bottle rockets in his backyard in Sayrewoods South after the Fourth of July. He said fireworks terrified dogs but he was also concerned because the grass is dry and fireworks debris could cause a fire. Aerial consumer fireworks remain prohibited in New Jersey.PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOHN FRIEL

PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOHN FRIEL

Old Bridge resident John Friel found bottle rockets in his backyard in Sayrewoods South after the Fourth of July. He said fireworks terrified dogs but he was also concerned because the grass is dry and fireworks debris could cause a fire. Aerial consumer fireworks remain prohibited in New Jersey.