New Year’s Eve 2017: Hunter company Ka-Boom Fireworks releases statement following Terrigal mishap

Hunter fireworks company shaken by Terrigal ‘kaboom’ The owner of Ka-Boom Fireworks, Milton Skinner, in 2013.
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CHAOTIC: Fireworks exploding uncontrolled from a barge at Terrigal on Sunday night. It’s believed the cause was a firework that exploded while still inside its cannister.

CHAOTIC: Fireworks exploding uncontrolled from a barge at Terrigal on Sunday night. It’s believed the cause was a firework that exploded while still inside its cannister.

DISAPPOINTED: Central Coast businessman David Lambert with his grandchildren. He was gutted that a fireworks mishap derailed Terrigal’s New Year’s celebrations, after he spent 12 months getting them off the ground.

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Exploding cannister blamed for Terrigal fireworks mishapTerrigal fireworks display ends in explosionOne of the technicians forced to swim to safety after a fireworks mishap on New Year’s Eve was back at work on Monday, shaken but unharmed from hisordeal.

He was one of two Ka-Boom Fireworks employees who jumped froma barge that caught alight at Terrigal, after the fireworks began malfunctioning.

The man spent Monday afternoon preparing for another fireworks display with the owner of the Hunter-based company, Milton Skinner.

“When you fall off the horse, you have to get back on,” Mr Skinner said.

“The main thing is that everyone did what they had to do … everyone is fine.”

Mr Skinner established Ka-Boom Fireworks over two decades agoand it has becomea major pyrotechnics provider in the Hunter.

This year, it suppliedNew Year’s Eve fireworks displays toat least 12 locations across the region, including Nelson Bay, Hunter Valley Gardens and Paterson.

In a statement, the company thanked emergency services and stressed there was no risk to the public as a result of Sunday’s incident.

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