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January 3, 2008

CPSC Announces Recall of Chinese-Manufactured Wagons Because of Excessive Lead Levels in the Paint

The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the first voluntary recall of the year of a Chinese-manufactured toy, this time a metal toy wagon.  About 15,000 of the units, red metal wagon model MH1250, were recalled by Tricam Industries because of excessive lead levels in the paint on the wagon.   The wagons were sold at Tractor Supply Company stores nationwide from September 2002 through November 2007, for about $30.  No incidents or injuries were reported.

MKS

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