The M5 Crash Makes a Good Case To Ban Fireworks Displays & Bonfire Night


Does the M5 Motorway crash make a good case to ban Fireworks Displays & Bonfire Night?

It’s all well and good having fun with friends & family & doing things as a community, but when that fun causes a 34 vehicle pile up that leave 51 people injured and 7 people dead, like the M5 crash that happened late Friday night near a spot adjacent to the M5 Motorway that was holding a Fireworks Display & Bonfire that the Avon & Somerset Police are investigating as the cause of the accident then it brings into question if Bonfire Night should be banned.

Does The M5 Crash Makes a Good Case To Ban Fireworks Displays & Bonfire Night?

Roland

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One thought on “The M5 Crash Makes a Good Case To Ban Fireworks Displays & Bonfire Night

  1. Roland,

    I’m enjoying this and treating it as a bit of fun, please let me know if you’re annoyed by my arguing – I genuinely don’t want to upset you.

    The problem with your suggestion is that it implies that it would be OK to have a huge fire burning tyres right next to a motorway as long as there was no Guy, whereas having a small bonfire miles away from any roads becomes a criminal offence?

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