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Philadelphia / Greg Feith / FAA / NTSB #1162448

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 11, 2015
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There are new developments about the dangers of those wildly popular so-called hover boards amid a growing number of fires linked to the boards and their lithium batteries. The nation's biggest airlines are now banning them. NBC Tom Costello shows us why. Those popular hover boards now a top safety concern. The hoverboard it exploded under my feet. At least 10 fires linked to the volatile lithium ion batteries inside. Some fires actually burned down entire homes. Now just as passengers start car...
Reporter(s):
Tom Costello
Duration:
00:01:43

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