Miller Fireworks announces recall of hazardous fireworks

HOLLAND, OH (WTOL) - Fireworks imported by Miller Fireworks of Holland, Ohio, are being recalled due to possible explosion and burn hazards.


Consumers should stop using the rockets immediately and contact Miller Fireworks for a replacement.


Two sets of fireworks are involved in the recall. The 2017 Legend Fireworks "Ball Bullet" sky rockets with a model number of LB6103 and the Legend M-150 Cracker with a model number of LA150B are affected.

  • View Miller Fireworks recall notices here

They were sold at Miller Fireworks and J&W Fireworks stores in Ohio, Red Falcon Fireworks and Rocky's Fireworks stores in Michigan and Fremont Fireworks stores in Indiana,  from May 2017 through June 2018.


The fireworks violate federal regulatory requirements because they are overloaded with pyrotechnics that are intended to produce an audible effect. Such overloaded fireworks can explode more strongly than expected, which can result in burn and explosion risks. The fireworks are prohibited from being sold under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act.


No incidents have been reported from using these fireworks. About 3,800 were on the market and were manufactured in China.
To contact Miller Fireworks, call them toll-free at 833-474-1776 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Monday through Saturday, email at sales@millerfireworks.com or visit online at www.millerfireworks.com and click on "SAFETY."

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