The captivating and often annoying fidget spinners have been causing quite a stir lately with reports of children swallowing parts and getting the toys stuck on their fingers – both of which have required medical attention. But when Kimberly Allums of Garendale, Alabama, ran dashing into her son’s room after hearing him scream, the last thing she expected was to see the fidget spinner bursting into flames. Many of the devices are operated by hand, but the Allumses’ fidget spinner was battery operated and came with a charger. Her son’s toy had been charging for only 45 minutes when it erupted ... Read More
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