Infant swings and helmets recalled for injury hazard

Consumers should contact Coleman for a full refund

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — As we first reported Thursday, 34,000 infant cradle swings are being recalledbecause babies could potentially fall from them.

Fisher-Price said so far, no injuries have been reported – but the company said if you have one of the recalled swings, you should stop using it right away.

The company said it has received two reports of the swings falling because a seat peg came out.

The cradle swings were sold from November 2015 through March 2016 for about $170.

If you own one of these products, you are urged to contact Fisher-Price for revised assembly instructions.


RollerBlade USA is recalling about 500 helmets because the plastic shell can reportedly crack – leading to potential head injuries.

So far, the company hasn’t received any reports of injuries – but if you have one of these helmets, stop using it right away and contact the company for a full refund.

Coleman is recalling 8,500 lithium-ion flashlights because they can reportedly overheat. To date, there have been two reports of the flashlights overheating, catching on fire and causing minor property damage.

The flashlights were sold from January 2014 to August 2015.

Consumers should contact Coleman for a full refund.

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