PETALUMA (CBS SF) — Firefighters responded after a hoverboard caught fire and exploded in a Petaluma home, sending embers and pieces of the device throughout the residence.

The hoverboard was plugged into a wall outlet and charging when it burst into flames Monday night.

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Firefighters arriving to the scene found the home filled with light smoke.

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There were no injuries from the explosion, and the damage to the home was estimated to be $10,000.

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Monday’s fire is the third such fire in the Bay Area in the last two months. Last week, a hoverboard was blamed for a in a Santa Rosa home that killed two dogs. In December, one of the toys caught fire at a home in Brentwood.