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Although rare, kites and kite flying can be dangerous. Kites should be flown in open areas, away from power lines, roads and people. If your kite gets caught in a power line, leave it! And report it you your Utility company.
Tip: You can avoid problems by limiting the length of line that children use.
Sun Warning: The most frequent injury during kite flying is sunburn. Be sure to protect yourself and your children from the sun with hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
Note: The second most frequent injury during kite flying is a cut or burn from the kite line. Do not allow the line to zip through your fingers. Do not use fishing line. For large kites, protect your hands by wearing leather gloves.
Safety Thoughts: In higher winds one must always be mindful of what will happen to your kite if it gets away from you. Ask yourself, where is the kite going to go? Am I going to hurt anyone or anything?