Toy recall after two choking deaths

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Nearly two million toy dart gun sets have been recalled after two reported chocking deaths.

The Auto Fire Dart Gun sets sold nationwide at Family Dollar stores are being pulled from the shelves.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says a 9-year-old boy in Chicago and a 10-year-old boy in Milwaukee both died after they chewed on the one-inch, soft plastic darts, which slipped into their throats.

Consumers are being told to immediately take the toy target sets from children. They can also return the toy to a Family Dollar Store for a full refund.

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