Thousands of Auldey toys with fire risk recalled in the U.S.

A Quincy, Massachusetts-based company has issued a voluntary recall on approximately 325,000 units of remote controlled toys sold nationwide due to fire risks that can cause injuries, cpsc.gov reported on June 10.

The recall covers the “Aero Cruz Sky Rover” and “Aero Spin” flying toys made by Auldey. The affected remote-controlled flying toys are equipped with a faulty USB cable used for for charging. Consumers are at high risk of sustaining burn injuries if the charging cable emits too much heat or catches fire. Though Auldey Toys North America did not receive any injury reports before issuing the recall, there were 35 complaints received regarding overheating USB cords. Consumers were advised to immediately notify the recalling company to get a new USB cord for free.

Children, unfortunately, are at high risk of sustaining serious burn injuries when their toys have a dangerous defect. If you think that your loved one has been injured as a result of using a recalled toy in Columbia, an attorney at the Goings Law Firm, LLC may be able to work for you. Call us at (803) 350-9230 to begin your legal action against negligent parties.