Fire caused by charging hoverboard breaks out at family's new home

ASBURY PARK A charging hoverboard caught fire inside a home Wednesday, just a few days after the new owners moved in, WABC 7 reported.

Sherrice Lyles told the station she readying the hoverboard as a surprise for one of her four children and had it plugged in for about 10 minutes when a smoke alarm went off.  She used a fire extinguisher to contain the flames until firefighters arrived, but the family still lost several possessions, including furniture, clothing and family mementos.

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The Lyles family had moved into the home Saturday and …read more

Source: Monmouth

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