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Thrift shops ordered to stop selling drawstring clothes in children's sizes over choking hazards

Thrift stores across New York are being ordered

Thrift stores across New York are being ordered to stop selling drawstring clothes in children's sizes over safety concerns (August 18, 2014 11:16 PM)

Thrift stores across New York are being ordered to stop selling drawstring clothes in children's sizes over safety concerns.

Dr. Susan Katz, of Stony Brook Children's Hospital, says issues with the clothing have come from children getting drawstrings caught in bus doors and getting strangled going down slides.

New York law bans the sale of children's clothing up to size 12 with a drawstring...

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