Fireworks likely caused 2 fires in Tacoma (and they’re illegal there)

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TACOMA — Investigators say fireworks likely caused two fires in Tacoma — a house fire and a brush fire.

According to the Tacoma Fire Department, a brush fire started Monday afternoon in the 1000 block of South 28th.

Then after midnight Tuesday, fire damaged a home in the 1900 block of South Yakima Avenue.

“Remember, the personal use of fireworks are prohibited in Tacoma.”

No injuries were reported. Both fires remain under investigation.

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