A three-year-old boy died Tuesday after choking on a hot dog during his families' celebratory Purim meal. Family members noticed that the boy was having trouble breathing and took him to a nearby IDF infirmary, but medics failed to save the toddler's life.
Parents are reminded that children under the age of five should not be fed hot dogs, unless they are sliced lengthwise, because their shape lends itself to becoming lodged in the child's windpipe.
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