Fisher-Price Recalls 10 million Items: Tricycles, High Chairs Pose Hazard

Fisher-Price is recalling 10 million tricycles and other toddler products due to safety concerns

It’s a dangerous world out there for our children, as evidenced by a recent wave of recalls involving kid products.

This time the culprits are toddler tricycles, high chairs and toys made by Fisher-Price.

The Associated press reports that the company is recalling 7 million “Trikes” and “Tough Trikes” toddler tricycles amidst 10 reports of children being hurt.

Fisher-Price is also recalling more than 1 million “Healthy Care,” “Easy Clean” and “Close To Me High Chairs” after officials received 14 reports of problems, including seven children requiring stitches.

Additionally, 2.9 million toys of various types are being recalled because their components, if loosened, can pose a choking hazard.