A woman “cleanses” board’s chambers with olive oil, while authorities warn there is a growing concern over counterfeit food items, including oil.
Amazon sent out e-mails warning customers that hoverboards could be dangerous but never said they were at risk of blowing up and catching fire.
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A faulty elevator repair job caused the equipment to malfunction and paralyzed an officer. Settlement reached.
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