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PS Recall Roundup: CPSC recalls specialty vitamins and ropes posing hazards

Posted at 4:30 AM, Oct 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-02 09:05:26-04

TULSA, Okla. — In recall news this week, more items are putting your child's health and safety in harm’s way.

Check your medicine cabinets, the Vitamin Shoppe is recalling Vthrive Bioactive Multivitamins. Experts with the Consumer Product Safety Commission report the vitamins packaging is not child resistant and the capsules inside contain iron.

If swallowed by a child, this can cause serious injury or death if multiple tablets are consumed at once. To prevent this, store the product in a safe location away from a child's reach, and contact the Vitamin Shoppe for instructions on how to dispose of the them and get a refund. CLICK HERE to contact the Vitamin Shoppe

Safety may be in this products name, but a recall suggests it is anything but if a defect is found. Petzl is recalling "Safety Ropes" causing fall and injury hazards.

Experts said the rope can have a deep cut or tape securing two ends of rope together, which can cause the rope to fail. Consumers should stop using the rope and contact Petzl America to receive a free replacement. CLICK HERE to contact Petzl America

It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt, which is why CFMOTO is recalling Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles that pose a crash hazard.

The CPSC reports the throttle gas pedal can fail to return quickly to the idle position, which can cause the vehicle to crash if it doesn't slow down as quickly as expected. If you're in possession of this ROV, CLICK HERE to contact a CFMOTO dealer for a free repair.

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