The Sentinel commented Fire service warn against leaving e-cigarettes on charge after...

Firefighters are warning people not to leave their e-cigarettes charging for extended periods of time after several recent incidents where the devices have exploded. One fire crew was called to a property in Conway Grove, Cheadle, at 7.00pm on March 29, where the residents had left their device charging for nine hours. The battery-powered e-cigarette over-heated causing part of it to shoot out ... .