IKEA Recalls Thousands of Folding Beach Chairs Due to Amputation Hazards

ABC News' Cecelia Vega reports the stories people have been buzzing about.
0:52 | 01/29/17

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retailers issues an important safety warning tonight. IKEA recalling more than 30,000 folding beach chairs for causing fingertip amputation hazards. IKEA says it will replace or refund the chairs. Take a look at this caught on camera, good samaritans rushing to rescue a man from his burning pickup truck, taking place on a highway there in San Antonio. Those rescuers braving the flames to pull the man to safety. His pickup then hit by a bus. And get ready to gush, the newest Gerber baby. Here he is 7-month-old Riley, from Ohio, he beat out 110,000 other wannabe spokesbabies. Up next, a marathon runner down.

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