(AP) -- A clothing company is recalling 756 girls jackets sold at Burlington
Coat Factory stores in the U.S., saying drawstrings on the jackets pose a risk
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday that Ram's Imports Inc.
of New York is recalling its IQ brand girls' hooded pink leopard jackets. These
were sold exclusively at Burlington Coat Factory stores nationwide from October
2010 through August 2013 for about $15.
jackets have a drawstring through the hood that can pose a strangulation
hazard. No related injuries have been reported.
CPSC said that the recall includes jackets in girls sizes four through 12. The
jackets have pink and black leopard print drawstrings and similar print on the
sides of the jacket. The model number for recalled products is 86557 and can be
found printed on a sewn in label in the back of the neck.
agency advised consumers to remove the drawstrings or return the jacket to
Ram's Imports for a full refund.
Imports can be reached at (855) 346-5950 or online at www.ramsimports.com , where consumers
should click on "product recall" for additional information.
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