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LTD Princess or Angel Two-Piece Fleece Pant Set

Description: LTD Commodities Recall of Fleece Pants with Long Waist Drawstring on Jacket Recall Alert U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 December 2, 2003 Alert #04-519 CPSC, LTD Commodities Announce Recall of Fleece Pants with Long Waist Drawstring on Jacket The following product safety recall was conducted voluntarily by the firm in cooperation with the CPSC. Consumers should stop using the product immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. Name of Product: Two-piece fleece pant set with long waist drawstring on jacket. Units: 11,187 Manufacturer/Importer: LTD Commodities of Bannockburn, Ill. Hazard: Waist drawstring on jacket is longer than 3 inches when the waist is expanded to its fullest width, and there are toggles and knots at the end of the un-tacked drawstring. This can cause the drawstring to catch on protrusions (such as bus doors or handles), potentially causing injury or death if the person is dragged by the vehicle. Incidents/Injuries: None reported with this product. Description: The two-piece fleece pant set is pink and royal blue and comes in sizes 4 to 6X. Sold At: Catalog sales from August 2003 to October 30, 2003 for about $12. Manufactured In: India. Remedy: Pull the waist drawstrings out of the jacket. Consumer Contact: For more information, call LTD Commodities toll-free at (866) 736-3654 or send an email to: [email protected]. [Learn More]

LTD Princess or Angel Two-Piece Fleece Pant Set Recall Information

Country of OriginIndia
Recall Date12/02/2003
Recall ID2718
Recall Number04519
Product TypeClothing (Children)
HazardInternal Injury
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