CLEVELAND — Cleveland police responded to more than 600 fireworks calls over Fourth of July weekend.
According to the fire department, five structure fires mentioned fireworks as a probable cause for the fires.
Police said a 43-year-old man from Parma was setting off fireworks on the Fourth of July at a school parking lot in the 4200 block of Bailey Avenue.
Officials said when they arrived, they found a UHaul truck filled with fireworks that he was preparing to light.
The truck and fireworks were confiscated by police. Charges are pending against the man.
Police said they responded to a fireworks incident on Monday at 10:30 p.m. in the 3900 block of Community College Drive, where a woman injured her eye.
On scene, police said they were told that a group of kids was playing with fireworks inside and outside of a gas station.
One of the kids lit a firework and placed it into the revolving window tray, at which time it exploded, took the door off of the window tray, and hit a woman inside, according to police.
The woman was treated at the scene.