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    Thailand - Child safety - batteries which look like lollies

    The dangers of button batteries


    Small lithium button batteries are causing up to 20 children to be hospitalised in Australia each week.

    I'm sure it's a danger here in Thailand also.


    Link and video here

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    hmmm.... Prolific thread starter or unknown noob who knows too much but pointed out a less than reliable news source?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    hmmm.... Prolific thread starter or unknown noob who knows too much but pointed out a less than reliable news source?
    ??

    AO ... what on Earth are you on about?

    This thread is almost 2 years old ... you are the first reply.

    You know me ... well, I thought.

    The News source is the Australian Government's news service.

    I'll assume you're taking the piss

    AO ...

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    The way they get used everywhere here, these batteries are a serious risk to all Thai children. My guess is that many have already died as a result of eating them but were never diagnosed....."just died".

    Recently my wife returned to visit family and I told her to warn them...there are young children there and the parents really don't have a clue about how dangerous these batteries are.

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