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OshKosh recalls baby quilted jacket because snaps are possible choking hazards

OshKosh is recalling its Baby B’Gosh quilted jackets because the snaps on the coats can detach and becoming choking hazards, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

OshKosh has received three reports of a snap detaching, including one case where a child put the snap in her mouth, the federal safety panel said in its recall announcement.

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The quilted OshKosh jackets being recalled because of potentially detachable snaps came in gray and pink.

The jackets, which come in pink and gray, were sold this past summer between Aug. 20 and Sept. 15. They cost between $35 and $40 and were sold at OshKosh, Bon-Ton, Kohl’s, Fred Meyer and other retail and department stores across the country.

Consumers who purchased the recalled jackets are advised to stop using them immediately. They may return them to any OshKosh or Carter’s store for a full refund in the form of a gift card. Customers may also receiving a shipping label to return the jacket by mail by going to the company's online recall site, or calling OshKosh at 800-692-4674 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Specific style numbers and UPC codes of the recalled jackets can be found on the back of the care tag sewn inside the products.

That information can be found on OshKosh's website and the CPSC press release about the recall.

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