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Samsung stayed silent after ‘safe’ Galaxy Note 7 exploded and sent a man to the ER

Samsung is being accused of staying silent after it was made aware of yet another incident involving a newer Galaxy Note 7 handset that was issued to a Kentucky man as a replacement. It seems as though each time we think Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 debacle can't get any worse, things do in fact get worse. Much, much worse. This time around, a "safe" Galaxy Note 7 that was given to Michael Klering of Nicholasville, Kentucky as a replacement for his potentially faulty device supposedly caught fire.
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