CPSC issues recall for popular children's pajamas

Pajamas do not meet flammability standards

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HOUSTON - The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall for popular children's pajamas.  The recall included 288,000 pairs of the sleepwear because the product can catch fire.

The CPSC said a 9-year-old girl has already suffered burns wearing the Rigo International Lounge Pants and Sleep Boxers.

Pajama-Gram and Isthtex Pajamas were also included in the recall.

All of the recalled items were made in China and did not meet U.S. flammability standards.

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