Authorities say a suspected drunken driver slammed head-on into a San Diego Fire & Rescue paramedic ambulance in Serra Mesa overnight.
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享For the second time, fireworks will be allowed within Kenai city limits this New Year’s Eve, but the local fire department is asking revelers to be careful and considerate of neighbors who may have pets or suffer with Post Traumatic Stress. Chief Tucker: “Unless you’re in an area that has no neighbors, you do have neighbors who may or may not appreciate fireworks at 2 o’clock in the morning. Just be cognizant of being a good neighbor with folks, and people who are war veterans, we have so many of them right now, having the fireworks go off can make them uncomfortable.” Chief Tucker: “Obviously the risk of fire danger is pretty nil right now with all the snow we have on the ground, but that’s really not the biggest danger of fireworks. The biggest danger of fireworks is mishandling fireworks. Having children handle fireworks is truly a bad thing and just not appreciating the power of fireworks and what they can do to you.” Tucker encourages Kenai residents to talk with their neighbors about New Year’s Eve fireworks, especially those with combat experience… Fireworks are only allowed December 31 and January 1 and only within Kenai city limits.