Limes Blamed for Girls' Second-Degree Burns

Doctors say the combination of lime juice and sunlight were enough to harm five girls in California.
0:45 | 09/04/13

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A nice day had a good old fashioned lemonade stand in California turned into -- scary lesson. For a group of young girls a day after their big sale the girl's skin broke out. With a burning blisters all -- their arms all over their legs. They all had to be rushed to the hospital. Parents didn't have a clue what was going on until they pieced it together the girls. We're using fresh lying Jews and when it got on their skin. The hot sun caused a burning chemical reaction. It was Landis when they woke up screaming crying she just couldn't handle the pain and our. Big blisters. That we're growing quickly on her all of her body doctors are not sure exactly how those blisters will heal.

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