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The link between 4 July fireworks and wildfires

The 4 July is responsible for a large spike in wildfires. Image: REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Niall McCarthy

Data Journalist, Statista

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95% of wildfires were started by humans and the Fourth of July is responsible for a large spike. Image: Statista
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