No one thought to call the fire department.
A fireworks truck was involved in a deadly pileup in western Michigan that claimed over 100 vehicles, left one person dead and many more injured.
A truck hauling fireworks along the Tran Canada Highway near Ontario struck a moose near Wawa, Ontario, which lit up the sky for five-and-half hours as it burned.
Fireworks in the back seat of a car were once merely metaphor. At least one and possibly two vandals in Portland, Maine gave the phrase literal meaning last month, when they slipped what police believe was a Roman candle into the back seat of a parked car.
Police in the UK have begun investigating the cause of a 34-vehicle pileup on the country's M5. The fiery collision claimed the lives of seven motorists and saw an additional 51 individuals injured. Of those, 42 were treated at local hospitals.
It's not the Call of Duty Jeep, but Glenn Neff and his Jeep Grand Cherokee were captured in Maryland ready for battle. Police found the Jeep outfitted with a homemade turret and awful lot of fireworks. Neff's apparent plan? To launch a fireworks barrage upon the National Mall to bring attention to issues he has with the banking industry.