Two Injured In Fireworks-Related Accidents On July 4th

At least two people in the area were injured in fireworks accidents this 4th of July.

The College Station Medical Center says a 34-year-old man was treated in the emergency room Wednesday after a firecracker burned his eye.

In a separate incident a 20-year-old female was treated for a finger burn due to fireworks.

Both were treated and released.

Meanwhile officials with St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan say their E.R. didn't have any fireworks-related injuries come in July fourth.

The Physician's Centre Hospital in Bryan didn't have any instances either.

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