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    Boom Goes the Vape! E-Cigarette Explodes in Minsk Subway

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    This subway passenger suddenly found her backpack ablaze when the battery of an electronic cigarette short-circuited annd exploded inside.

    This incident occurred at the Ploschad' Pobedy (Victory Square) subway station in Minsk.

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