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An 11-year-old boy has been injured in a fireworks incident near his home.
A video highlighting the dangers of playing with fireworks has been released by Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service as they go on sale ahead of Bonfire Night.
Part of the annual Treacle campaign - which is launched this week - it shows the devastating effects an illegal firework can have when it explodes in a child’s hand.
It comes a year after an onion bomb detonated in the face of a 10-year-old boy in Salford leaving him with serious burns and facial injuries.
The service is also launching a amnesty today and will dispose of fireworks in a safe way.
Firefighters found this onion bomb hidden in bushes in Salford near where the boys were injured.
They've confiscated it and are warning of the dangers of fireworks.
Onion bombs aren't meant to be available to the public.