Slow cooker explosion leaves woman in hospital with second degree burns
A Layton woman is warning slow cooker owners, after she said her slow cooker exploded and left her in the hospital for days with second-degree burns. Tennielle Benally said she plugged in her Hamilton Beach slow cooker with a locking lid just like any other night. Benally said she's owned the slow cooker for about five years and received it secondhand. She said she's used it once a week with no issues.
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