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08/01/2014

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DooleyNoted74

Can you please cite the source you used for the fatality in Buffalo, NY. The only information I find on that incident is on the spoof site www.newsnerd.com.

prtate

Here's a link to the story about the death in Buffalo.
http://www.thenewsnerd.com/local/boy-dies-participating-facebook-fire-challenge/

Judy Comoletti

The story of the boy from Buffalo, NY who died as a result of the fire challenge is a hoax. NFPA has updated our blog.

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