Toymaker Fisher-Price has recalled nearly five million of its Rock'n Play Sleepers after reports linked the product to dozens
CPSC on Friday.
On its website, the commission said at least 30 infants had died in the sleeper model since its 2009 release.
9659005] In a statement, Fisher-Price owner Mattel confirmed that he had "voluntarily recalled the product's safety."
They said the infants had rolled over while unrestrained or in other circumstances.
"While we continue to stand by the The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has decided that this is the best cure for the product se of action, "the company said.
The CPSC has estimated the recall effect about 4.7m products.
Fisher-Price for a refund.
Earlier this week, the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) urged the product's recall, labeling the sleeper "deadly."
In a statement, Kyle Yasuda said in a statement,
The AAP cited a report by US magazine Consumer Reports, which linked the product to 32 separate infant deaths.
Safety advice for baby sleeping
- Tuck the blanket in front of their cot
- Do not let your baby get hot or cold
- Keep your baby's head uncovered
Read more from the NHS on Suffering from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS ) and other baby safety advice