"Business is booming." That's how Marielle LaMonica at All American Fireworks in Bensalem Township, Bucks County describes the last few weeks.
"Sales have gone up ever since Memorial Day and the pandemic, and people are just wanting to be outside and see some fireworks," said LaMonica.
Some fireworks companies are seeing an almost 400% increase in sales. All American Fireworks says the most popular items are Roman candles and missiles.
LaMonica said every time they restock the items, they fly off of the shelves.
"I'm not surprised," said one customer. "You don't have anything to do, let's get some fireworks and light them off."
Since May 29, Philadelphia police have responded to 947 calls about fireworks or explosives.
Bristol Township police are warning residents that displays must be more than 150 feet away from occupied structures.
"For the people that set off just a couple of fireworks and leave them alone, they're difficult to catch, but for the people doing it with some continuity, we will cite people," said Lt. Ralph Johnson.
It’s been a nightly occurrence in the city & suburbs. Fireworks sales are skyrocketing (no pun intended), as are police calls for explosives. This as @RepYoungblood co-sponsors bill for time restrictions, increased fines & notification requirements for use of fireworks @6abc pic.twitter.com/JaYhdoerhS— Christie Ileto (@Christie_Ileto) June 23, 2020
Boxes and other litter linger along Kelly Drive where residents have set off fireworks.
It's no secret the noise has been a nightly nuisance for weeks.
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"A lot of people get grumpy about what's going on," said customer Jason N. Peters. "People are having fun. I would hate if I had kids, but I don't, so it's not that bad for me."
State lawmakers are considering time restrictions and increased fines and penalties for those using fireworks.