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BJ Hagy sends reminders of warnings on Fidget Spinners

Comments re article 90657 Health Entertainment Link on Fidget Spinners article

BJ HAGY writes:
A warning for these Fidget Spinners. See headline and link for this story: Mum warns parents of dangers of fidget spinners after 10-year-old daughter almost choked to death. One of the stories is at Read more at mum-warns-parents-of-dangers-of-fidget-spinners-after-10-year-old-daughter-almost-choked-to-death/story. - BJ HAGY
Thanks, BJ Hagy Entering "Fidget Spinner Safety" in a Google search brought up several stories about choking incidents when the toys broke apart and one of the spinning wheels or "bearings" came apart. There was a story from CNN on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 about the hazards. Some schools are banning them, some of the search returns said. - CM

This story was posted on 2017-05-22 03:06:19
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