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Fireworks injures 3 young adults in 7200 block of Ash St.

Three young adults in their late teens to early 20s bought legal fireworks and were attempting to combine the components into something more powerful.  Their workshop was the bedroom of a Raytown house in the 7200 block of Ash Street.   Something went wrong  Saturday night and the resulting explosion injured all three of them, one young woman critically.  Raytown Fire Department arrived at the home at 9:21 pm and found structural damage and one female with serious injuries, one male with injuries and one male that refused treatment.

For more on this story check out The Kansas City Star article, or Fox 4 KC.


A Kansas City Star article about a fireworks explosion in Blue Springs has details about the Raytown explosion that are new. Two of the people injured are from Belton, Colby Johnson, 20 and Kirstie Perry.  A fund has been established at a Belton bank to help pay her medical expenses.

To read the KC Star article goto  http://www.kansascity.com/2010/06/29/2053508/recent-explosions-point-up-danger.html#ixzz0sORZhnAh

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