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Description: Choking Hazard Prompts Rite-Aide Doll Recall NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 2, 1989 Release # 89-011 Choking Hazard Prompts Rite-Aide Doll Recall WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Rite-Aide Corporation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is voluntarily recalling "L'il Bonnie'n Beth" Style No. 303 which are dolls (white or black) seated in a pull-toy car. Some of the dolls' arms and legs can come off and may cause choking in young children. The "L'il Bonnie" dolls are seven inches tall and the "Beth" dolls are four inches tall. They are dressed in bright red, blue and yellow cotton clothes and have brown or blond hair. The Pull-toy automobile is made of blue or purple plastic with yellow wheels and is nine inches long. The label "LOVEE" is imprinted on each wheel and front and back license plates. The dolls were imported from Hong Kong by Lovee Doll Company and approximately 1,000 dolls were sold in Rite-Aide stores for about $5.00 in late summer of 1988. Consumers should take the dolls away from young children immediately and return them to the nearest Rite-Aide store for a full refund of the purchase price. U.S. Customs Services identified the potentially hazardous toys at the Port of Baltimore, Maryland during "Operation Toyland," a joint surveillance program with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. [Learn More]

Recall Information

Country of OriginHong Kong
Recall Date02/02/1989
Recall ID4815
Recall Number89011
Product TypeToy Cars
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