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A vape pen killed a man after it exploded and pierced his skull

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An exploding e-cigarette killed a man after it started a fire and launched projectiles into his skull.
Tallmadge Wakeman D'Elia was found with burns on 80% of his body at his St Petersburg, Florida home.
This is the first death from an e-cigarette explosion in the US.
A man has been killed by an exploding vape pen, which blew up and sent fragments of its casing into his skull.
Tallmadge Wakeman D'Elia, also known as "Wake," died on May 5 as a result of a "projectile wound to the head," medical examiners said. Two pieces of the device were found in his cranium. He was 38.
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