Children's Clothing Recalled Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard

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The Rockland County Department of Health announces that children's two piece overall sets manufactured by Samara Brothers and sold in Dillard's have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the manufacturer as the snaps have been found to contain lead.

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"Lead is toxic and a health risk to young children who have a tendency to put things in their mouths," said Rockland County Commissioner of Health Dr. Joan Facelle. "As an overall prevention strategy to protect children from lead poisoning, children should have their blood lead levels checked by their pediatricians at ages one and two."

The recall involves two styles of a child's overall set. Style F64T1152Y is a red plaid denim overall with a white shirt trimmed in red, sold in sizes 3-9 months. Style F64T1230A is a navy blue corduroy overall with a white shirt trimmed in green, sold in sizes 12-24 months. Both styles have decorative train appliqu

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