Despite product recalls and repeated warnings from government officials over the past two years, some people are still using unsafe hoverboards.
Now a child from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has died as a result of an apparently faulty board.
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The fire was reported around 8 p.m. on Friday, during which one resident jumped from the second floor of the building to escape the blaze, according to AP.
The next day, one of the children injured in the fire, 3-year-old Ashanti Hughes, was pronounced dead by the local coroner’s office, while two other girls remained in critical condition in a local hospital. …
Via: Mashable: Gadgets