Baby Sleep Sacks Recalled

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(Memphis) A Minnesota company is recalling nearly 30,000 infant sleepers which can be dangerous, even deadly for children.

Halo is recalling wearable blankets with pink satin flowers because the petals can detach and cause babies to choke.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has gotten a few reports so far, including one of a baby found gagging on the petals.

The sleep sacks were sold at Babies-R-Us for $25 until last month.

Consumers should stop using the wearable blankets and call the company at 1-866-819-8118.

The recall affects sleep sacks with the following codes: 2701, 2781, 2886, 2887, 3007, 3035 and 3142.

The number is printed on a label, under the primary neck label.