|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
|July 26, 1989
|Release # 89-072
Illco Toy-Company Recalls Mickey Mouse In N' Out School Bus
WASHINGTON, DC -- Illco Toy Company (U.S.A.) Inc., New York, New York is voluntarily recalling its "Walt Disney Mickey Mouse In N' 0ut School Bus" Model No. 8403. Components of the toy bus and its animal characters may separate and the resulting small parts may present a choking, aspiration or ingestion hazard.
CPSC is aware of two non-injury consumer complaints involving small parts.
This pre-school toy consists of a yellow plastic school bus with four Disney figures. The bus' front door has a sign that states "Disney's School Bus."
A total of 8,628 toys were sold nationwide in retail stores for approximately $7.99 from 1986 through 1989. Consumers should remove the product from their children's reach and return it to the store where purchased for an exchange or refund. They may also return it to Illco Toy Co., Inc., 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10010.
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