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Isabela boy hurt as ‘piccolo’ in pocket ignites on Christmas Eve

09:49 PM December 24, 2016
Infographic on piccolo poisoning from the Department of Health.

FILE – Infographic on piccolo poisoning from the Department of Health.

CITY OF CAUAYAN, Isabela – A nine-year-old boy was hurt by a firecracker in an Isabela town on Saturday morning (December 24), Christmas Eve.

The third-grade pupil in Cordon town was playing when the sticks of piccolo inside his pocket suddenly ignited, burning the boy’s upper legs, according to the Department of Health.

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The boy was immediately brought to the hospital for treatment.

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