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Exploding Toilet

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Michel Pierre of 135 Ocean Parkway in Kensington Brooklyn, was apparently injured last Wednesday when his toilet exploded due to too much pressure, causing pieces of the ceramic toilet to hit him in the face, head, arm and leg, leaving scars. A co-op board lawyer says the engineer for the Caton Tower development in Flatbush and its insurance carrier are still looking into the cause of the exploding toilets. (Photo By: Todd Maisel/NY Daily News via Getty Images)
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Michel Pierre of 135 Ocean Parkway in Kensington Brooklyn, was apparently injured last Wednesday when his toilet exploded due to too much pressure, causing pieces of the ceramic toilet to hit him in the face, head, arm and leg, leaving scars. A co-op board lawyer says the engineer for the Caton Tower development in Flatbush and its insurance carrier are still looking into the cause of the exploding toilets. (Photo By: Todd Maisel/NY Daily News via Getty Images)
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Michel Pierre of 135 Ocean Parkway in Kensington Brooklyn was... News Photo 184578941Arm,Bathroom,Brooklyn - New York,Ceramics,Emergencies and Disasters,Exploding,Face,Head,Hitting,Horizontal,Leaving,Leg,New York City,Physical Injury,Piece,Pressure,Scar,USAPhotographer Collection: New York Daily News 2013/Daily News L.P. (New York)Michel Pierre of 135 Ocean Parkway in Kensington Brooklyn, was apparently injured last Wednesday when his toilet exploded due to too much pressure, causing pieces of the ceramic toilet to hit him in the face, head, arm and leg, leaving scars. A co-op board lawyer says the engineer for the Caton Tower development in Flatbush and its insurance carrier are still looking into the cause of the exploding toilets. (Photo By: Todd Maisel/NY Daily News via Getty Images)