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Fireworks despite the ban, casualties in Europe

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Despite the ban, the New Year has been celebrated in many European countries with fireworks. Three people were killed and several others were injured in the blast and fire.

A 12-year-old boy has died in a fireworks display in the Netherlands, local media have reported. In addition, Dutch police have arrested one person in connection with the Chaos.

Another 38-year-old man was killed in a fireworks display on the eve of the New Year in the western German city of Hennef.

It is learned that a police investigation has been started in this regard.

According to the German news agency Deutsche Presse-Agentur, several people were injured when fireworks exploded in different parts of Germany.

At least 80 people were injured in the "Fireworks", according to the De Telegraaf. Many lost their legs and arms in the blast.

The sale of fireworks during New Year's celebrations was banned in the Netherlands and Germany due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Nonetheless, Audacious crowds from both countries illegally collected fireworks; Many of them were killed when their homemade fireworks exploded.

Dutch officials say the unexpected outbreak of the pandemic is putting extra pressure on hospitals.

Fireworks have also been reported in several parts of Austria. Meanwhile, the news of the death of a 23-year-old youth has come in the international media.

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