Pennsylvania employee of Zambelli dies during Quakertown Fourth of July show.
Philadelphia, PA (JusitceNewsFlash.com)—A 19-year-old Zambelli employee was killed during a July Forth firework celebration in Quakertown, Philadelphia, as reported by ThePittsburghChannel.com. The Zambelli Internationale employee, David Walker, 19, of West Middlesex, was stuck by debris is the neck and chest when one of the fireworks misfired during the grand finale of the Quakertown’s Memorial Park Fourth of July firework show.
Bucks County firefighter’s administered first aid to Walker at the scene of the accident, and transported him by emergency medical services (EMS) crews to St. Luke’s Hospital-Quartertown, where he was pronounced dead. Bucks County authorities promptly stopped the firework show and evacuated a portion of the park following the accident. Police reports indicate about 10,000 people were in attendance of the firework display. According to Wikipedia http://www.wikipedia.org, Zambelli Internationale is based in New Castle, Pennsylvania. They are largely known as the “first family of fireworks” and are responsible for award-winning fireworks displays all over the world.
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