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Boys' Jackets Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

If you have a little boy and buy Children’s Place clothing items, you may want to check your tags. Furthermore, the U.S. Consumer Protection Safety Commission is now recalling boys’ varsity jackets made by Children’s Place because they pose a choking hazard due to the metal snaps on the material.

The jackets recalled range from size 6 months to 5T. The jackets are all royal blue with gray sleeves with a baseball and red hat on the chest. The product numbers on the jacket are as follows:

  • 158805
  • 158806
  • 158807
  • Vendor number 1408

Thus far around 13, 700 jackets were sold in the United States, and 2,200 sold in Canada. If you have recently purchased the jacket, it can be returned to a Children’s Place store, or mailed in online for a full refund.

If you’re in need of a consumer safety attorney, we can help. Please contact the skilled St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth today for a free consultation.

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