Fisher-Price Little People Campsite Recall: Choking Hazard

More than 100,000 Fisher-Price Little People Play ‘n Go Campsite toy sets have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada because one of the parts can break and expose children to a choking hazard. 

The Fisher-Price play set recall was announced on Thursday by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) after Fisher-Price received eight reports of the Sonya Lee figure included in the set breaking. When the figure breaks, it can expose small parts inside that could pose a choking hazard to young children. No injuries have been reported in connection to the recalled toys.

The recall affects 96,000 Fisher-Price Little People Play ‘n Go Campsites sold in the U.S. and Health Canada has simultaneously announced a recall for 14,000 of the play sets sold in Canada. The play sets include a Sonya Lee figure, tent and accessories, for a total of seven pieces. The name Sonya Lee is printed on the underside of the figure, which can bend at the waist and has a green sweater and purple camera. No other Sonya Lee figures are affected by the recall. The packaging has a product number of R6935.

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The Fisher-Price Little People Play ‘n Go Campsites were sold at major retailers, toy stores, department stores and discount stores in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, as well as online, from October 2009 through August 2010 for about $15.

The CPSC and Health Canada recommend that parents immediately take the Sonya Lee figures affected by the recall away from children, and contact Fisher-Price at www.service.mattel.com in order to return the figure and receive a replacement. No other accessories in the play set are affected by the recall.

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