BEAVER COUNTY (KDKA) – The state Attorney General’s office has filed a civil action suit against an illegal fireworks company in Aliquippa.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane says A-Rocket Fireworks has been operating without a legal permit – and was issuing its own illegal permits.READ MORE: 'I Just Got A High IQ:' Antonio Brown Downplays Mental Health Issues To 'CBS Mornings'
Fireworks companies are required by law to obtain permits from the municipality in which they intend to display the fireworks.
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Four fireworks companies were also sued by the AG’s office, but settled. They will pay a total of $22,000 in fines and investigation costs.
A-Rocket Fireworks is the only one that did not settle. It released a statement to KDKA over the phone.
“We assure our customers everything is done legally,” said the owner’s son.
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