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Light-up magic wand sold at Carter's recalled due to choking, ingestion hazard

Posted at 5:15 AM, Dec 20, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-20 05:15:17-05

Toysmith is recalling 58,000 light-up magic wands because they pose a choking and ingestion hazard.

According to the recall, the battery cover on the toy can come off and expose small batteries.

The company has received at least one report of a child swallowing a battery, requiring medical attention to remove it.

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The toys were sold nationwide at Carter's stores as well as other various toy, grocery, hobby and gift retailers. They were sold for $5 between June 2018 and October 2019.

Consumes should stop using the toy immediately and return it for a refund.

To read the full recall click here.