gov\'t orders recall of 1.2 million high chairs
2 million tall chairs say they pose a risk of falling for children.
On Thursday, the Consumer Product Safety Board announced a voluntary recall of products produced by Graco Children\'s Products, of Atlanta.
The regulator said that \"the screws that fix the front legs of the high chair will loosen and fall off,\" and said that the broken plastic bracket will cause the high chair to \"accidentally turn over \". \" These tip-
Over resulted in 24 injury reports, including bruises and bruises on the head, line fractures on the arm, and wounds, bruises and bruises on the body.
The CPSC stated that consumers should immediately stop using high chairs and identify the recalled product as \"all harmony-TM high chairs.
\"It says the product is no longer produced and says the model can be located on the lower side of the foot rest.