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Despite Stormy Weather, the Fireworks Go On in Roselle Park

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Despite Stormy Weather, the Fireworks Go On in Roselle Park Credits: Doreen Rinaldo
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ROSELLE PARK, NJ - The Borough of Roselle Park prides themselves in celebrating the best fireworks program in Union County. Despite the thunderstorms causing some of the activities to be canceled, the fireworks display went on as planned. 

Marking 12 years of this event, the rain did not stop the large crowd of spectators who came to the Roselle Park High School field to enjoy show.

The complete display can be viewed in the video below, with an additional added close-up view of the finale at the end. 

 

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