Firefighters have issued a stark reminder ahead of Bonfire Night to only call 999 in a real life emergency.
They say hoax calls and mindless anti-social behaviour can put lives at risk. They alsowant to remind people of the firework code and advise people to only attend an organised display, where possible.
Neighbours of a ten year old boy from Nelson who was injured in a firework accident say he's undergone surgery this afternoon.
The boy was playing with friends on this patch of wasteland at the bottom of Albert Street in the town when it's believed a firework exploded in his face.
He was taken to Alderhey Hospital in Liverpool by air ambulance for treatment.
Three others who were also hurt in the blast are said to be recovering at home.
Councillor Wayne Blackburn from Pendle Borough Council spoke to Matt O'Donoghue:
Firefighters have detonated a 17kg industrial firework that was handed in by a man who won it in a competition.
It's been a busy night for our region's firefighters, they responded to hundreds of calls as thousands enjoyed bonfire night.
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