We here report three cases of boys aged 5, 8 and 10 years with injuries caused by firecrackers. Injuries consist of characteristic burns from explosions or sparks, indicating the injury was caused by firecrackers. The features of this case are discussed along with their implications. Additional measures taken in all three cases were treatment according to the injury suffered by each patient. The first patient was treated with floxa drops 3x a day, polygranate eye ointment 2x, methylpenisolone tablets 2x4mg, meloxicam 2x3mg. The second patient was given endotropinfloxa drops and methylprenisolan tablets 2x4mg. The third patient was given 3x eye drops for the right and left eyes, polygranate eye ointment for the right and left eyelids, bioplacenton ointment for the forehead and nose.