A well-known clothing brand has recalled nearly 129 thousand sweaters and hoodies due to a flammability hazard.
Health Canada issued a recall notice on Wednesday, urging consumers to immediately stop wearing specific Hally Hansen sweatshirts, sweaters and hoodies because the products, which incorporate brushed cotton fabrics that have undergone a specific treatment, either do not or may not comply with the textile flammability regulations.
128,680 of the affected products have been sold in Canada since August 2019.
The company says, so far, there have been no reports of incidents or injuries in connection with the affected products.
A full list of the affected products can be found here.