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Consumers should 'immediately' stop using Otteroo infant flotation rings following infant death, CPSC says
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning consumers to "immediately" stop using certain infant flotation rings sold by Otteroo Corporation after an infant slipped through the opening and drowned two years ago.
The independent agency of safety regulators issued a drowning warning about the LUMI and MINI infant flotation rings sold by Otteroo as well as discontinued models of Otteroo infant flotation rings, which were sold between 2014 and 2018.
However, officials say the company has "refused to agree to CPSC’s request for an acceptable recall" despite several reported incidents.