The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of 1.8 million toy dart gun sets. The recall came after two boys choked to death on the darts. A nine-year-old boy in Chicago and a ten-year-old boy in Milwaukee died after they chewed on the one-inch, soft-plastic darts, which slipped into their throats. The small suction cup part of the dart cut off their breathing. The dart gun sets were sold nationwide at Family Dollar stores, which says they haven’t sold the sets in more than a year. The dart gun sets were imported by Henry Gordy International in New Jersey. Henry Gordy refused to recall the dart set so Family Dollar Stores worked with the CPSC on recalling the product.
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