Toy manufacturer Fisher-Price announced Thursday that it has recalled about 125,000 toys in Canada, because they were dangerous to children.
Several types of baby play areas with inflatable balls because of problems with choking. The company found that a valve from the inflatable ball can come off and become a choking hazard.
Fisher-Price said it knew of 46 reports where the valve came off in the U.S. and eight incidents in Canada.
"These include reports of the valve found in a child's mouth and three reports of a child beginning to choke. No injuries have been reported," the company said.
More than tricycles were also being recalled over a protruding part that had cut children, the company said.
The company said it was "aware of 10 reports of incidents resulting in injury. Six of the incidents required medical attention."
Fisher-Price, which is part of Mattel Inc., also said it recalled small car toys because of at least two reported cases where the wheels came off and caused a choking hazard.
Along with the toys, the company also recalled several types of high chairs because of reports of children being cut by the legs of the items. In seven of the cases, the injured children needed stitches, the company said.
Details of recalled toys on Mattel website. Customers can call the Fisher-Price hot line at 800-432-5437 for more information.