New death linked to use of e-cigarettes

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta has activated an “emergency operations center” in response to a number of lung injuries related to vaping.
1:04 | 09/17/19

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Now to breaking new developments in the vaping crisis. Another death linked to e-cigarettes. This comes as the CDC sounds the alarm activating its emergency operation center and Steve osunsami is there in Atlanta with more. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to you, Michael. There was another death as you just said connected to the use of e-cigarettes. This time from health officials reported from health officials south of Fresno, California. Another person struggling to breathe who didn't make it. Here in Atlanta the U.S. Centers for disease control is putting together Ang emergency centers operations center in response to the cases of lung injury associated with e-cigarette product use or vaping. Their latest numbers, six people dead across six states and 380 cases of lung illness reported across 36 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Health officials from coast to coast are encouraging users of e-cigarettes to stop vaping until they can figure out what is causing people to get sick. Yeah, we certainly hope people will heed those warnings. Now to that possible medical

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