Fisher-Price recalling almost 11 million toys, including tricycles

Four separate recalls of Fisher-Price products released Thursday include nearly 11 million products, including high chairs, tricycles and inflatable baby toys.

Ten children were injured, six requiring medical attention, after falling on the protruding plastic key on a Tough Trikes toddler tricycle. About 7million trikes have been sold since 1997; you can get the full list of recalled model numbershere.

Also included in the recalls:

For more information on all the Fisher-Price recalls, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s website or Fisher-Price’s service website.

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