Arizona officials encourage parents to search for strangulation hazards after child dies.

The Arizona Republic (6/1, Ferraresi) reports, “In the wake of last week’s accidental death of 4-year-old Exodus Tyson, officials from the Phoenix police and fire departments encouraged parents to patrol their homes to remove the rarely-noticed hazards that easily lead to tragedy.” Phoenix Deputy Fire Chief Frank Salomon “said incidents include children found suffocating on everything from neckties to their own toys or drawstrings on clothing.”