DALY CITY (CBS SF) — No one was injured after a hoverboard combusted as it was being charged in a Daly City home earlier this month, police said Thursday.

On April 4, around 10:30 p.m., fire officials responded to a report of hoverboard that caught fire at a home in the 200 block of Merced Boulevard, according to police.

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The hover board had been left in the home’s kitchen to charge when it allegedly combusted, police said.

The home’s resident was able to put out the fire with a fire extinguisher before firefighters arrived, according to police.

It was not immediately clear if the home sustained any damage as a result of the fire.

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Hoverboards catching fire has become a cause for concern for some residents after three Bay Area homes caught fire this year due to hoverboards.

On Jan 19, an unattended charging hoverboard caught fire inside a Santa Rosa home, killing two dogs. Then on Jan. 25, a hoverboard caught fire and exploded inside a Petaluma home.

A hoverboard was blamed for a two-alarm fire at a San Leandro home that occurred on Feb. 1.

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