Even though Halloween will have come and gone before this issue is read, I felt that the following recall should be brought to the attention of our readers. Last month, Target recalled about 3,400 frog masks for fear that children using them could suffocate. The retailer warned parents to immediately return the masks. The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall, stating that the cheap $1 masks lack proper ventilation. No incidents regarding the masks have yet been reported. Target had exclusive sale rights on the plush masks, and has offered full refunds to anyone who returns the potentially dangerous masks. If any are still around after Halloween they should be taken away from children. I suggest that they be destroyed and not just thrown in the trash.
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