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Canned Cooking Oil

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Plaintiff, a 2-year-old boy, was near a stove which had an exposed burner light. While holding an aerosol can of cooking oil, the can exploded in the child’s face. The young boy was severely cut on his face resulting in the removal of one of his eyes.[11]

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