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Horse dies of high stress levels from fireworks

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Horse dies of high stress levels from fireworks
July 10, 2024

    TUCSON, Arizona (KGUN) -- A horse's life was cut short after the Fourth of July due to what the owner says was the overwhelming stress caused by nearby fireworks. Even with multiple attempts to save the horse, it wasn't enough.

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