Thousands of highchairs recalled after children fall off, chip teeth

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NEW YORK (AP) — About 35,000 Safety 1st highchairs are being recalled following reports that children were able to remove the tray and fall off causing chipped teeth, cuts and bruises.

Safety 1st says it received 11 reports of injuries and 68 reports of children removing the trays. The recall is for three types of Safety 1st highchairs with model numbers HC144BZF, HC229CZF and HC229CYG.

The highchairs were sold at Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores and its websites between May 2013 and May 2015. They were also sold online at and The highchairs cost about $120.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says customers should stop using the recalled highchairs and call Safety 1st at 877-717-7823 to receive a free repair kit. You can find more information at this website.

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