A important warning about fireworks that may wash ashore!

The 4th of July fireworks at the Plymouth Waterfront had an abrupt end on Monday night due to a fire onboard the barge. Fifteen minutes into the show, the barge containing all of the fireworks for the entire show burst into flames after wind blew back some sparks onto the vessel.

The Town of Plymouth has said they are trying to clean up the remains of fireworks. They believe most of the remains will be washing up on shore at Long Beach mainly but also Nelson's Park, Stephen's Field, and other locations. Plymouth Police and Fire Departments strongly suggest not touching anything that washes up on shore because some of the remains may explode. If you do find anything report it to the police immediately.

Additional Reporting by Sara Achorn