Month: May 2022
Skittles, Starburst & Life Savers Gummies Recalled for Metal Strands
Mars Wrigley recalled Skittles Gummies, Starbust Gummies, and Life Savers Gummies after consumers found metal embedded in the gummies or loose in the bag.
Boom Lift Accident Lawsuit Ends in $3.3 Million Verdict Against Genie
Genie Industries Inc. was hit with a $3.35 million jury verdict in favor of a man who claimed he was seriously injured by a boom lift vehicle.
WHO & UNICEF Warn Global Measles Cases Up 80% In 2022
WHO and UNICEF are warning that reported measles cases spiked 80% higher worldwide amid pandemic-related immunization delays.
Around 1,600 Santa Cruz E-Bikes Recalled for Safety Hazards
About 1,600 Santa Cruz e-bikes were recalled because the battery can fall out of the frame and another defect poses a fire hazard.
Congress Passes Ban on Deadly Inclined Sleepers & Crib Bumpers
Congress has passed a ban on dangerous inclined sleepers and crib bumper pads after hundreds of infants suffocated to death.
Medtronic’s Silicone Endotracheal Tubes Linked to Deadly Risks
Medtronic's silicone-based electromyogram (EMG) endotracheal tubes have been linked to reports of airway obstruction and death, according to the FDA.
AmazonBasics School Classroom Chairs Recalled for Fall Hazard
Amazon is offering a refund for about 22,400 AmazonBasics school classroom chairs because they can break, posing an injury hazard.
Generac Recalls E-Start Pressure Washers for “Silent Killer” Risk
Around 53,000 Generac and DR Power Pressure Washers were recalled after reports of the machines self-starting, which poses a risk of deadly carbon monoxide poisoning.
Ford Recalls 250,000 Explorer SUVs for Rollaway Risk When Parked
Ford has recalled around 250,000 Ford Explorer SUVs because they can roll away, even when parked, according to the NHTSA.