Masks Present Suffocation Hazard

Target is recalling 3,400 children's frog masks. The plush green masks lack proper ventilation and can present a suffocation hazard to children.

Frog mask recall

According to an announcement from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recall involves 3,400 children's frog masks that were made in China and sold at Target stores.

Frog mask details

The child-sized, frog-themed animal masks were sold at Target stores nationwide during August and September 2011 for about $1.00 each. The masks are green with yellow and red highlights and feature two eye cutouts and a green elastic band. The UPC code 06626491474 is on the label attached to the mask.

Frog mask recallNo injuries

No injuries or other incidents have been reported as of yet. However, when secured in place across a child's face, the masks present a possible suffocation hazard. If your child has experienced an injury directly related to the frog mask, alert the CPSC on www.saferproducts.gov.

Refund information

Parents and caregivers should immediately take masks away from young children and return the items to any Target store nationwide for a full refund.

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