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Report: Exploding vape pen blamed for Florida man's death

Report: Exploding vape pen blamed for Florida man's death



2018-05-16T07:17:43+0000

The fatality may be the first blamed on a vape pen.

A medical examiner blames a St. Petersburg, Florida man's death on injuries suffered after an e-cigarette exploded.


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