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Colors, Lights Soar Over Plymouth at Fireworks Show

Fireworks display at Plymouth Township Park draws thousands.

After a midday thunderstorm provided some flashes of light and thunderous booms of its own in Plymouth, the show went on for Plymouth Township's annual Fourth of July fireworks display.

The threat of a cancellation didn't sway the thousands who crowded for the illuminous display. An hour after the 35-minute exhibition concluded, cars still were filing out of the park toward Ann Arbor Trail.

The fireworks precede today's Independence Day events, which include the Good Morning USA and , before the festivities return to the township park for the .

Did you get photos of the fireworks? Share them — as well as your other July 4 photos — here on Plymouth-Canton Patch!

John Peterson July 04, 2012 at 01:35 PM
What a beautiful show - a big THANK YOU to Plymouth and all the supporters who gave their time and donations. John Peterson
Ocelot Madness July 06, 2012 at 03:03 PM
Had a great time at this show as well. Hopefully we can keep the elected officials in office who put on these events. I would hate to risk losing things like this and not have anything to do over the holiday

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