Toy dart gun sets recalled after two asphyxiation deaths

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) along with Family Dollar Stores Inc., has announced a voluntary recall of 1.8 million “Auto Fire” toy dart gun sets after the asphyxiation deaths of a 9 and 10 year old boy in two separate states.

The toy dart guns are imported by Henry Gordy International and are only sold at Family Dollar stores and manufactured in China.

The toy is a danger because if the toy dart is placed in a child’s mouth, it can be inhaled into the throat, causing asphyxiation.

Click here for the full recall notice on the CPSC web-site:

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