Consumer Product Safety Commission recalls children's pajamas

About 228,000 pair of children's pajamas are being recalled, because of concerns they could catch fire. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says three companies are calling back sleepwear items.

Rigo International is recalling 210,000 lounge pants and sleep boxers. Pajama-Gram is recalling 12,000 pajamas made of polyester fleece. And Isthtex is recalling 6,000 pajama sets and gowns.

The only injury reported involved a pair of Rego pajamas catching fire and burning a nine-year-old boy. All of the recalled items were made in China and did not meet U.S. flammability standards.


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