Stop using hoverboard that killed 2 kids, consumer safety agency warns

The brand of the malfunctioning hoverboard that erupted in flames and led to the deaths of two children in March has been identified. 
On Monday, following a month-long investigation, the Consumer Product Safety Commission ( CPSC ) revealed that it has evidence that the product involved in the incident was the LayZ Board hoverboard. 
The deaths of a 10-year-old and 3-year-old in Pennsylvania were the first confirmed fatalities related to hoverboard fires in the U.S., although several other fires have caused massive destruction and injuries. 
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