Children’s Riding Toys Recalled, Injury Incidents Reported

A possible fall hazard has prompted a recall of certain children’s riding toys, news agencies have reported.

According to the official recall statement issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 15,500 units of Children’s Riding Toys manufactured by The Step2 Company LLC over a possible fall hazard.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has stated that these products have been linked to four reports of incidents concerning children who leaned too far forward while playing with these toys. According to the fim, if a child leans too far, he or she may go over the handle bar and hit the ground as a result. Out of these four incidents, one resulted in injuries.

Parents with these toys in their possession should keep their children from playing with it and are encouraged to contact the company Step2 to receive a replacement toy.

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