The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Little Tikes™ toy manufacturer, announced a voluntary recall of their toy workshops and trucks nationwide, after an 11-month-old boy who lives in Goose Creek got a plastic nail lodged in his throat. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the boy recovered after being hospitalized.
The recall includes a variety of toys manufactured by Little Tikes in both the United States and China. They were sold with red or blue plastic toy nails that are about 3 ¼ inches long.
The recalled toys are sold on online and by retailers around the country, including Toys “R” Us. The workshop sets and trucks are not to be returned, only the oversized plastic toy nails are being recalled and replaced for consumers.
Watch Consumer Products Safety Commission video showing toys.