Don’t go to bed with a charging cellphone


Beard also suggests storing hover boards or other lithium-ion powered devices in the center of a concrete garage floor, away from walls and other flammable materials. — dpa

Lithium-ion batteries are being built to store more energy in a smaller space, and that combination is causing more danger of explosion, fire and injury.

Authorities recommend some simple steps can protect people and property from injury.

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