Fidget spinners involved in multiple choking incidents

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(NBC News Channel) - It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt, and fidget spinners are no different.

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The popular toys have small weights that spin around in a person's hand.

But the Consumer Product Safety Commission says small parts can come off easily, and have been implicated in choking incidents in kids up to age 14.

Experts say parents should remind kids never to put fidget spinners in their mouths or play with them near anyone's face.



 
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