- 05 декабря 2013, 20:59
- Forbes.com: News
When 57-year-old Tom Holloway turned on his e-cigarette, he got a lot more than nicotine. The device exploded in his mouth, knocking out two teeth and leaving him with severe burns. "The best analogy is like it was trying to hold a bottle rocket in your mouth when it went off," said Joseph Parker, division chief for the North Bay Fire Department in a news report.