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    • 12/6/2013
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    • 20131114-04F2B-2147449930
    Incident Description: I purchased a Pumpkin Torch at Wal-Mart for my kids on November 4. It was bought at the WM on Shackleford Rd in Little Rock, AR. I brought it home, replaced the batteries with new and handed it to my daughter. A few minutes later she screamed and threw it ... (More)
    Product: Flashlights or Battery-powered Lanterns (639)
    Product Description: It was called a Pumpkin Torch. It has black handle that holds the batteries and a colored plastic Jack-O-Lantern on the end that lights up. This was a blue ... (More)
    Injury Info: Injury, First Aid Received by Non-Medical Professional
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: Walmart Stores Inc.
    Business Comments:
    (11/22/2013) Please contact the Walmart Customer Service Hotline at 1.800.925.6278
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