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Exploding vape pen may have caused deadly Florida house fire, investigators say

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Exploding vape pen may have caused deadly Florida house fire, investigators sayA deadly fire in Historic Old Northeast St. Petersburg possibly was caused by an exploding vape pen, according to St. Pete Fire Rescue.
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ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA — Florida authorities are investigating the death of a man whose body was found at home Saturday by firefighters after a vape pen apparently exploded in his face. Tampa media WTFS TV reported that the police department got a call at 9:42 a.m. about a house fire. When they...

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