Halloween costumes recalled for potential choking hazard
A recall of 1,800 Halloween children’s costumes was recently issued by Fun World Inc. after it was found that toy stethoscopes that come with the costumes could be potential choking hazards for children.
The costumes were sold at party stores across the country from August through October 2010. They included a scrub shirt, scrub pants, and white lab coat, along with the toy stethoscope. No injuries caused by the toy stethoscopes have been reported.
Parents who have bought the costume for their children have been advised to contact Fun World Inc. to find out how they can return the toy stethoscope for a full refund.
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