Consumer group releases dangerous toys report
A consumer group is out with its list of toys that parents will not want to fight for on Black Friday.
The California Public Interest Research Group has released its 28th annual "Trouble in Toyland" report. It's aimed at making parents aware of potentially dangerous toys.
The list includes the "Chat and Count Smart Phone" which may be harmful to little ears. It's sold at "Babies "R" Us for $18.
The "Captain America Soft Shield" sold at Toys "R " Us for $9 can be found in the toxic chemicals category
And in the choking hazard category is the "Princess Wand," sold at the Dollar Tree. The toy contains small parts that are easy to swallow.
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