Fireworks Barge Catches Fire Intense Explosions Houses Shake



Monday night during the Fourth of July fireworks celebration at the Plymouth waterfront.

According to witnesses at the scene, the show began, but approximately 15 minutes into the performance, people saw random explosions on the barge.

Watch video of the explosion

The barge fire lasted for about 10 minutes and may have spread to a second barge.

The State Fire Marshal’s office said Investigators are en route to the scene to investigate the incident.

Firefighters say they’re at the scene. They’re trying to determine what caused the malfunction.

No injuries have been reported.

SOURCE: WCVB

A barge being used for a July Fourth fireworks celebration in Massachusetts has exploded and caught fire.

Police say a malfunction caused the explosion and fire Monday night during a fireworks show on the waterfront in Plymouth, 40 miles southeast of Boston.

Witnesses say the fireworks show had been going on for about 10 or 15 minutes when there was a large boom on the barge followed by bursts of fire. The barge fire lasted for about 10 minutes and may have spread to a second barge.

Firefighters say they’re at the scene. They’re trying to determine what caused the malfunction.

No injuries have been reported.

SOURCE: ABC


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