A charging hoverboard leads to fire at North Carolina home

By A hoverboard caught fire while charging last week and damaged a home in Clayton, North Carolina, according to The fire started around 10 p.m. when homeowner Paul Papineau said the hoverboard was left plugged in too long. Le

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