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    • 9/28/2007
    Lan Enterprises Recalls Doll Strollers After Child's Finger Tip was Severed; Product Also Poses an Entrapment Hazard to Young Children NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR ...
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    • 7/31/1992
    July 31, 1992 Release # 92-119 PRODUCT: "Train Set," "Sweet Doll with Accessories," and "Baby's Rattle" imported by T.P.I. of Illinois, Inc. and sold in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan in a total of 40 Dollar Bill$ stores from January 1991 through ...
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    • 3/14/1989
    Choking Hazard Prompts Recall Of Crib Toys, Dolls NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 14, 1989 Release # 89-020 Choking Hazard Prompts Recall Of Crib ...
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    • 3/14/1989
    March 14, 1989 Release # 89-019 "Cutie Pie" Dolls Recalled For Potential Choking Hazards WASHINGTON -- Largo Toys of New York is voluntarily recalling all models of "Cutie Pie" dolls because the arms can be pulled off and may present choking hazards to young ...
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