Burned Florida Man Was Killed by Exploding Vape Pen

Posted May 17, 2018

FEMA recently reported that there were nearly 200 incidents involving exploding vape pens between 2000 and 2016, but D'Elia is the first person in the United States to die as a effect.

The Pinellas County medical examiner confirmed the detail to 10News on Tuesday.

An exploding vape pen hurled fragments into a Florida man's head, killing him and starting a fire that burned most of his body, an autopsy report said.

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The brand of vaping pen was recorded as Smok-E Mountain Mech Works, which produces unregulated e-cigarettes described as not coming with "safety features". He also suffered burns on around 80 percent of his body. "Defective e-cigarette batteries have caused fires and explosions, some of which have resulted in serious injuries", states the site.

A man has died after e-cigarette exploded, causing a "projectile wound" to his head and starting a fire at his home.

38-year-old man from Florida was killed when the electronic cigarette he was Smoking exploded.

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This is the first reported US death from a malfunctioning e-cigarette - and it is not surprising news. "It is this intimate contact between the body and the battery that is most responsible for the severity of the injuries that have been seen".

The U.S Fire Administration revealed that between 2009 and 2016, nearly 200 electronic cigarette incidents were reported. Cheap, generic lithium-ion batteries can be found everywhere from local vape shops to Amazon, and assuming that there's any kind of quality control in their manufacturing is a fool's errand.

In the aftermath of the Florida tragedy, there may finally be some regulations placed around the batteries of e-cigarettes. Instead, they sell vape pens with a computer chip inside, which keeps the device from overheating.

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The company's owner did not immediately respond to an email requesting comment on Wednesday, but a representative told ABC Action News that its devices do not explode, adding that the problem may have stemmed from the battery.