This frame grab provided by Energizer/Safe Kids USA shows a youngster holding a musical greeting card that contains a button battery. Each year, about 3,000 children are injured and several die after swallowing the coinlike objects or sticking them up their nose.
This frame grab provided by Energizer/Safe Kids USA shows a youngster holding a musical greeting card that contains a button battery. Each year, about 3,000 children are injured and several die after swallowing the coinlike objects or sticking them up their nose. Associated Press
This frame grab provided by Energizer/Safe Kids USA shows a youngster holding a musical greeting card that contains a button battery. Each year, about 3,000 children are injured and several die after swallowing the coinlike objects or sticking them up their nose. Associated Press

For young hands, button batteries are a peril too easily in reach

March 18, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 10:22 AM

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