(CBS) People who associate the name Fisher-Price with safe, wholesome fun for kids got a bit of a jolt this week, as the toy manufacturer announced the recall of 10.1 million potentially dangerous toys and high chairs due to potential hazards.
It's the biggest toy recall of the year, reports CBS News Correspondent Michelle Miller, and it includes 7.15 million trikes, 2.9 million infant toys, 1 million high chairs, and 120,000 toy cars and ramps. For a complete list, see The Early Show report.
Injuries associated with the recalled toys include choking, as well as cuts requiring stitches. No deaths have been reported.
Ten injuries were reported to have been caused by trikes that have a protruding key. There were seven reports of children being injured by pegs on the high chairs' rear legs, and the cars and ramps and infant toys have faulty parts that pose a choking hazard.
If you own a high chair or toy on the list, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and its Canadian counterpart, Health Canada, urge you to stop using it immediately and call the toy manufacturer for repair kits and replacement parts. The products have already been pulled off store shelves.
The CPSC says this sweeping recall should serve as a warning for toy manufacturers.
"We are vigilant in looking at all products for children to make sure that the hazards will be removed and that children will not be injured," CPSC chairman Inez Tenenbaum told CBS News.
In a statement, Fisher-Price said it "will be providing safety replacements/fixes for four products. ... Our actions reflect our continuing commitment to the safety of our products."
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