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Another e-cigarette explodes into fireball

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'I could see the fire coming at me': This is the moment e-cigarette explodes into fireball engulfing barmaid who amazingly escapes with just a charred dress

Laura Baty was serving at Buck Inn Hotel in Richmond, North Yorkshire

18-year-old barmaid heard almighty bang and saw fire coming towards her

Says she thought 'the fuse-box had blown up or a firework had gone off'

Felt the heat as she ran away from device and 'started crying hysterically'

E-cigarette was plugged into an iPad charger on the bar when it blew up

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2599567/Barmaid-miraculously-escapes-just-charred-dress-e-cigarette-explodes-fireball.html#ixzz2yHuokAcl

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Cigarettes no longer kills slowly.

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Are they ment to plug into an Ipad charger?

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Are they ment to plug into an Ipad charger?

Charger is almost exactly the same as an iPad charger. My father smokes e cigarettes and e cigars. The charger itself just has the prongs and a USB port. Then there's an extra part that attaches it to the charger.

The charger is identical to the one I received with my iPhone.

My dad has up to three charging at a time. Now I'm fearful. :/

Then again we live in the states so our outlets are different, I think.

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Yes the outlets are differents as is the voltage.

People have no common sense. Plug stuff into what it's meant to be plugged in with or use batteries.

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When these incidents are investigated, it's almost universally found that the charger the person is using isn't approved for the device. You cannot mix and match chargers and batteries. I've been using ecigs for 3 years, never had one explode ever. But I always use approved chargers at the correct voltage.

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