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    Thanks ladies, I felt a bit guilty after last nights call but you have reassured me. They went on for a while after I called the police last night so I'm hoping the culprits were still around if / when the police came.

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    I would totally call, if the police come out enough times it should stop them doing it at that same location at least.

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    Not at all. The police have a responsibility to keep the peace and citizens safe.

    Fireworks are dangerous and I though illegal. This may be low on the priorities, but it's still important to ensure no one is hurt.

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    Not at all. Cops are there to help and make sure everyone is safe and comfortable including dogs

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    Last night I thought I wouldn't worry calling them as they'd be so busy on other jobs, but when the fireworks were still going at 3am, I had to call and hope their night had quietened down a bit. My dog barked and quivered pretty much from 8pm - 3:30am. We couldn't even have her inside as that didn't stop the barking, even me sitting right next to her didn't help, and we had friends over with sleeping toddlers and our own 3yo asleep. Need to get some sedatives for her for next NYE I think, and maybe something to calm her on the other nights when people are letting them off.

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    Good call, two people died last night and several were injured in separate incidents from letting off fireworks. Def not safe!

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