Local police have confirmed that a 43-year-old Michigan woman died after a fireworks explosion occurred Monday night in west Michigan.
Just after 11 p.m., deputies from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office arrived on the scene in Park Township following a call regarding the fireworks incident on Monday night.
A 43-year-old lady from Holland, Michigan, who was found unconscious, was among the 10 victims of the blast that police have named.
However, the injuries were deadly, and the woman was declared dead at the site despite the authorities’ best efforts to save her life.
The lady was unidentified in a news release from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the police, nine more people were injured, some seriously, and were brought to a nearby hospital.
Homes and automobiles in the neighborhood were also destroyed. According to the U.S., over 10,000 fireworks-related injuries, including 11 fatalities, were treated in emergency departments last year.
Commission for Consumer Product Safety There are roughly 18,000 people living in Park Township.
About 30 miles southwest of Grand Rapids, it is located on the shore of Lake Michigan.