Consumer Reports urges recall of infant swing after multiple deaths

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning consumers about a Fisher-Price infant swing that has been linked to dozens of deaths when babies roll over in the product.

Consumer Reports is calling for a recall for the Fisher Price 'Rock 'N Play' infant swing because they say it's linked to at least 32 deaths.

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The American Academy of Pediatrics is echoing the call to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Currently the CPSC and Fisher-Price are only warning consumers to stop using the rocker as soon as infants can roll over.

They say consumers have still been using the product past 3 months old, which could result in death.

CPSC and Fisher-Price are reminding consumers to create a safe sleep environment for infants, whether using a crib, bassinet, play yard, or inclined sleeper.

An official recall has not been issued. 

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