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An exploding electronic cigarette caused the death of a Florida man earlier this month, an autopsy determined.

Tallmadge D’Elia, 38, died on May 5 from parts of an electronic cigarette that penetrated his head, according to the autopsy report.

His body was found inside a St. Petersburg home that was on fire, the St. Petersburg police said.

The article goes on to state the following:

D’Elia had suffered thermal injuries to about 80 percent of his body, including his chest, shoulder, abdomen, back, arm and hand, according to the autopsy report.

The death was ruled accidental, the autopsy report said.

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