Toys R Us Step2 Wagon Recall Issued After Child Fall Injuries

A recall has been issued for roughly 14,000 Step2 wagons sold exclusively by Toys R’ Us, after dozens of reports were received of the back seat detaching and causing young children to fall from the wagon.

The Toys R Us wagon recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission on November 13, including Step2 Whisper Ride Touring Wagons designed with two plastic seats.

At least 29 reports have been received of the removable back seats detaching, including at least 14 incidents where children suffered a head trauma and nine cases involving bruises, scratches and lacerations.

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The recalled are tan and have blue seats with a red canopy covering with the Step2 logo printed on it as well as on the side of the wagon.

The Wagons were manufactured by The Step2 Company. LLC of Streetsboro, Ohio, and were sold exclusively at Toys R Us nationwide and online at from February 2013 to August 2013 for about $130.

Customers with affected products should stop using them immediately and contact Step2Co. at (866) 860-1887 or visit them online at and navigate to the “Product Recall” link for instructions on how to receive a free repair kit.


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