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The plaintiff sued the manufacturer of the container, alleging that it was defectively designed because it lacked a device that would have prevented an explosion that engulfed a family’s camper in flames, severely burning the father and killing his two-year-old daughter. The family recovered a verdict of about $4.32 million. Calder v. Blitz, U.S.A., Inc.
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