Name of the product:
Blue’s Clues Foot-to-Floor Ride-on Toys
Children who ride on the ride-on toys can tip forward and cause injury or fall hazards.
August 25, 2022
This recall concerns Blue’s Clues Floor to Foot Ride-on Toys. The ride-on toy is made with plush light blue fabric with spots and is in the shape of the cartoon dog character Blue’s Clues. The ride-on toy has four wheels and has handlebars tucked behind the dog’s ears. The ride-on toys are suitable for toddlers aged 1-1/2-3 years. The model number 55061 includes the date codes 15221.15921. 19921. 21021. 22321, 22321, 23721, 24821, 26821, 28821 or 29421. The label, located underneath the product’s body near the sound system and battery door, contains the date code and model numbers.
Consumers are advised to immediately remove the recalled ride-on toys from children and to stop using them. For a free kit and instructions on how to install a stop bar on the rider-on toy, contact the company.
19 children were reported to the firm for falling forward while riding the toy. This led to 18 facial injuries.
Only at Walmart stores nationwide, and online at www.walmart.com starting August 2021 through July 20,22 for approximately $40
Huffy Corporation, Miamisburg, Ohio
This recall was conducted, voluntarily by the company, under CPSC’s Fast Track Recall process. Firms can initiate Fast Track recalls by agreeing to work with CPSC in order to quickly notify consumers and provide a remedy.
About the U.S. CPSC
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, (CPSC), is charged with protecting consumers from unreasonable risks of injury and death resulting from the use a variety of consumer products. Consumer product-related incidents result in more than $1 trillion in annual losses for the country in terms of property damage, deaths, and injuries. The CPSC’s efforts to ensure safety of consumer products have led to a decrease in the number of injuries resulting from consumer products over the last 50 years.
Federal law prohibits the sale of products subject to a Commission remand or voluntary recall. This is in consultation with CPSC.
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