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Durrant family left with burns in clothes after fireworks explode

  • Family left with burns to clothes after thugs shot fireworks at them in carpark
  • The Durrant family were returning to their car when they heard explosions
  • The incident caught on CCTV, shows a group dropping off the box of fireworks
  • ‘It hit me and it could have been my eye or face,’ Emily Durrant said

A family was left with burns to their clothes after a group of thugs shot fireworks at them in a carpark. 

The Durrant family were returning to their car after having dinner at Darch Plaza Shopping Centre, Perth, when they heard loud explosions, The West reported.

A few moments later they were hit by the fireworks which left burn holes in their clothes, causing them to hurriedly escape the explosions. 

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The incident was caught on CCTV, shows a group dropping off the box of fireworks (pictured)

The incident was caught on CCTV, shows a group dropping off the box of fireworks (pictured)

The Durrant family were returning to their car after having dinner when they heard loud explosions

The Durrant family were returning to their car after having dinner when they heard loud explosions

The incident was caught on CCTV, shows a group dropping off the box of fireworks.

‘It hit me and it could have been my eye or face,’ Emily Durrant told Seven News.

According to experts, fireworks can be launched up to 50 metres into the air and could be dangerous to anyone near at the time of explosion.

Emily’s mum, Wendy Durrant, said the family were scared when the fireworks began exploding. 

‘They were coming at us. I had to run. It was pretty scary,’ she said.

The Government of Western Australia says the use of fireworks is banned by the general public.   

Emily Durrant (pictured) had burns to her clothes and said it could have hit her in the face or eye

Emily Durrant (pictured) had burns to her clothes and said it could have hit her in the face or eye

 

 

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