Injured father warns of e-cigarette battery explosions03:15
A father in North Carolina was injured after the spare batteries to his e-cigarette burst into flames while in his pocket. He’s the latest victim of such e-cigarette battery-related injuries, and, though he’s now recovering at UNC Medical Center, he warns other e-cigarette users it can often happen without warning. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen speaks to the victim in an exclusive interview.
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