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Children's Jewelry Recalled

Children's Jewelry Recalled

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(KSL News) -- More than 800-thousand pieces of children's jewelry are being recalled because of the danger of lead poisoning.

Reebok is recalling 300-thousand silver-colored, heart-shaped charm bracelets. This was a free gift with purchase of various styles of children's footwear.

A four-year old child died of lead poisoning after swallowing one of these bracelets.

Consumers should throw the bracelets away.

And about 580-thousand necklace, ring sets sold at Dollar Tree stores are being recalled due to lead poisoning dangers.

These should be returned to Dollar Tree stores for a refund.


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