Sept. 30, 2010— -- More than 10 million children's toys have been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the toys' manufacturer Fisher Price, the CPSC announced today.
The toy giant has recalled toys -- including tricycles and play places -- citing potential dangers from falling onto certain protruding parts and choking hazards from small parts.
"Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed," the CPSC said in a statement.
Here's the list of products being recalled in the U.S.:
"Pegs stick out and children have fallen on these pegs," Inez Tanenbaum, chairwoman of the CSPC told "Good Morning America" of the high chairs. "Several have been injured, and seven required stitches."
For the various play place products, including Playzone and Playground, the CPSC and Fisher Price reported they were aware of 46 instances when a small piece came free from the product. In 14 of those cases, the piece was found in the child's mouth. In three of those cases, the piece had caused the child to begin choking. Wheels from other small toy cars can come off and also prevent a choking hazard.
Massive Fisher Price Toy Recall
"Manufacturers need to build safety into the product from the very beginning so we don't have to recall on the back end," Tanenbaum said.
The products are also being recalled in Canada in smaller numbers. Fisher Price did not immediately reply to requests for comment on this story.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the recall from the CPSC website or call the CSPC Recall Hotline at (800) 638-2772.