Kansas City Season Of Fireworks Blasts Off

A couple of weeks ago we were hopeful that locals wouldn't burn their money given record inflation and worsening danger on local streets. 

No. Such. Luck.

From the sound of things in neighborhoods across the metro and as of this writing . . . Illegal fireworks season is going strong and urban denizens will likely hear random explosions for the remainder of the Summer.

Take a peek at the damage . . .

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

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