PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – We got a sneak peek today of Saturday’s July 4 fireworks.
Crews from Pyrotechnico in New Castle are busy setting up for the big event.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Police Lose 2nd Officer To COVID-19 In Past Month
The fireworks are set up on three barges parked on the Ohio River.
About 4,000 pounds of explosives will be used throughout the 23-minute display.
Organizers say it’s one of the biggest and best shows in the country.
“We do 700 shows over this coming weekend, it’s one of the top 10 in the United States,” said Steven Vitale with Pyrotechnico.READ MORE: Why Did Some Phones Not In The Path Of Thursday's Tornadoes Get Alerts While Others In Danger Didn't?
And if you plan to watch the show, do not stop or park on the Fort Pitt or Fort Duquesne Bridges or the ramps nearby.
That’s the warning from State Police who will be looking for traffic violators.
Thousands are also expected to crowd Mt. Washington to watch the fireworks.
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