Fireworks accident injures 3 firefighters

Three fire fighters were injured, one seriously, when the fireworks display they were helping set up exploded in Mountain Home, Idaho.

The fireworks accident occurred around 1:30pm at Desert Canyon Golf Course. The most seriously injured of the three firefighters was said to be in stable condition at the hospital. The two other firefighters were treated and released.

Mountain Home Mayor Tom Rist said that the explosion was probably touched off by static electricity. The Fourth of July fireworks for the city has been canceled.

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