Over 30,000 people turned up last night for the annual Lewes Bonfire celebrations.
A total of 14 arrests were made, two of which were for throwing fireworks.
Eighty-six were treated by ambulance crews, with four being taken to hospital.
None of the injuries were believed to be serious.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue had a relatively quiet night, dealing with 6 incidents.
One was an out of control bonfire.
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