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Toddler Swings Recalled After Injuries To Children
Little Tikes is recalling certain toddler swings after reports were made of children being injured when the plastic seat cracked or broke.
About 140 reports of the swing breaking were received – including 39 injuries to children.
Abrasions, bruises, cuts and bumps to the head, broken arms were amongst the list of injuries, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
About 540,000 of the 2-in-1 Snug’n Secure pink toddler swings are included in the recall.
Model number 615573 is molded on the back of the seat with a manufacturing date code stamp.
Little Tikes says if the molded inner arrow of the date code stamp points to “09”, “10” or “11”, the swing may be one of those included in the recall.
The swings were for sale at Walmart, Toys “R” Us and other stores from November 2009 through May 2014. It costed about $25.
If you are in possession of one, you are advised to contact the company for credit toward the purchase of another Little Tikes product.