North Carolina mother finds broken pacifier lodged in baby’s throat



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SANFORD, N.C. — Pacifiers can be a safe tool to help soothe your crying or teething baby. But a Sanford mom says she never thought her son’s pacifiers could be dangerous.

Kacie McFadden told WTVD her son’s MAM pacifiers have led to two close calls with her baby boy Ryder.

“He was about two months old,” Kacie said. “He was gurgling and I ran in the room and I found the pacifier had broken off — it was lodged in his throat and he was turning colors.”

Panicking, Kacie said she tried to get it out of Ryder’s mouth, but the nipple was gone.

Read full story: WTVD

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