|Published:||Sep 15, 2010 5:47 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Sep 15, 2010 8:47 AM EDT|
More than 1.2 million Chuck E. Cheese light-up rings and toy eyeglasses are being recalled over concerns that
children might swallow the small battery inside the toys.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday the plastic on the toys can break, possibly exposing the button-type batteries inside. Ingestion could lead to stomach, intestine or esophagus problems or other damage.
The commission did not link the toys to any reported injuries. But the CPSC says two children were able to get to the battery in the light-up rings. One child swallowed it; the other child put the battery up his nose.
There were no reported incidents with the toy eyeglasses.
- Cape Police find child living in deplorable conditions
- Deputies confiscate handgun from students at Alva Middle
- Lee County judge rules in favor of son in life or death case
- Ford logo creates close call for FGCU men's basketball team
- FGCU WINS!
- Cape PD: Man buys iPad with stolen credit card
- Police video of Bieber's urine test released
- Teens arrested with gun at school were searched Wednesday
- Suspect shoots at Cape Coral residence
- Cape Coral Police shoot 'aggressive' dog on SW 6th Ave.