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Fewer people were hurt at this year's Bonfire Night in Lewes. This year ambulance staff treated 82 people compared to 170 last year. But seven of those hurt did need hospital treatment. Fifteen people were arrested this year - the same as last year - but police said the parade was largely peaceful.
Only 30,000 people attended last night - around half of last year's turnout. Superintendent Laurence Taylor said: "At public events of this size there are always going to be incidents. Fortunately we saw a significant drop in the number of firework-related injuries compared with last year."
VIDEO: Thousands of people gathered to see a series of torchlit processions winding through Lewes this evening.
Is it a bird? Viewer Shelley Kettle sent in a picture of a bizarre firework.
VIDEO: At Lewes, in Sussex, six different societies compete - with spectacular parades and displays. Malcolm Shaw has been finding out how Lewes became the bonfire capital of the world.
Cliffe Bonfire Society in Lewes get their evening of entertainment underway. Send us pictures of the Bonfire Night events you're attending to firstname.lastname@example.org.