Can I be held liable for damage and costs incurred in suppressing fires caused by use of fireworks, by myself or my child?

Yes! You may be subject to arrest for Reckless Burning in the First Degree 9A.48.040 or Second Degree 9A.48.050 depending on what type of structure or property is damaged, even if you did not intend on damaging it. Additionally, if you use fireworks in a reckless manner and someone is injured as a result, you may be subject to arrest for Unlawful discharge or use of fireworks 70.77.488.

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1. When can I purchase fireworks in Washougal?
2. Where are the fireworks stands located in Washougal?
3. If I buy fireworks in another area, like the county or another city, can I use them in Washougal?
4. When should I call 911 regarding fireworks?
5. When should I NOT call 911?
6. What can happen if I get caught using illegal fireworks?
7. Can I be held liable for damage and costs incurred in suppressing fires caused by use of fireworks, by myself or my child?