Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

First Death From Vape Explosion Recorded

First Death From Vape Explosion Recorded

A few days after D'Elia's tragic death, an eighteen (18) year old in MI suffered severe burns when e-cigarette batteries he was carrying in his pocket exploded.

Firefighters found Tallmadge Wakeman D'Elia's burned body in the upstairs bedroom of his St. Petersburg home May 5 after a neighbor reported seeing flames, WTSP reported.

D'Elia's death is the first in the United States caused by a vape pen, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which keeps statistics on e-cigarettes. The official cause of death was "projectile wound of head" and was ruled an accident.

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He also suffered burns on about 80% of his body.

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Tampa TV station WFTS reported that a representative from Smok-E Mountain said the problem was likely an issue pertaining to the device's atomizer or battery, and not the device itself.

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The report says lithium-ion batteries are to blame for e-cigarette explosions.

D'Elia was smoking an unregulated Smok-E Mountain Mech Works vape pen before he died.

Tallmadge D'Elia, who reportedly worked as a technical supervisor at CNBC in New Jersey, was only thirty-eight (38) years old. "The vast majority of vaping devices on the market carry the same fire risk as other products that use lithium-ion batteries, such as cellphones and laptops".

The report stated: "No other consumer product places a battery with a known explosion hazard such as this in such close proximity to the human body".

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In 2016, a vaping device blew up in a man's face in NY - knocking out his teeth, ripping a hole in his tongue and leaving his hands covered in burns.

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