Fisher-Price is voluntarily recalling a number of toys because of a choking hazard for young children and babies.
The recalled toys include:
Children should immediately stop using the recalled toys because an inflatable ball on the toys contains a valve which poses choking hazard. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Fisher-Price have confirmed 46 incidents in the United States in which the valve dislodged.
In 14 of the incidents, children put the valve in their mouths. In 3 incidents, children began to choke. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers are advised to remove the inflatable ball from the toy and keep it out of the reach of children, but to not discard it. Fisher-Price will send consumers a free replacement kit. To contact Fisher-Price, call 800-432-5437.
Around 2.8 million of the recalled Fisher-Price toys have been sold in the United States.
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