They Went To Move One Of Their Son’s Toys. Then They Saw The Flames.

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Two Florida relatives are repelled to consider about what would have happened to their small child if he’d been roving his Tonka dump lorry when it held fire.

Sheena Haney says her father had been relocating their three-year-old son’s fondle when it began burning. “He kept putting it out with a hose and it only kept throwing on glow and a wheels only kept running,” she said. They were apparently repelled and frightened this could happen, that is because they motionless to record and share a occurrence as a warning to other parents.

While according to Action News Jax, Toys R Us had released a remember for a lorry in May, it had warned that a acceleration pedal can hang — not that a fondle was a glow hazard.

While according to a href=http://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/local/video-jacksonville-area-boys-tonka-ride-on-dump-truck-catches-fire/618994556 target=_blankAction News Jax/a, Toys R Us had released a remember for a lorry in May, it had warned that a acceleration pedal can hang -- not that a fondle was a glow hazard.

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As it turns out, this wasn’t an removed incident. Last year, another one of a toys held glow in Washington.

As it turns out, this wasn't an removed incident. Last year, another one of a toys a href=http://fortune.com/2016/11/21/toys-r-us-tonka-truck-fire/ target=_blankcaught glow in Washington/a.

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Dynacraft, a association that creates Tonka trucks, did send an operative to a family’s residence to demeanour during a toy. Learn some-more in a video below.

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