The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is blaming a faulty hoverboard for a Harrisburg house fire that killed two young girls and injured two others. The commission announced yesterday that a LayZ Board caused the Lexington Street rowhome blaze in March. The two-wheeled, self-balancing toys were made in China. The CPSC is now telling consumers not to charge or use the LayZ Boards, saying they pose a fire hazard.
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