Just weeks after Fisher-Price recalled nearly 5 million sleeping rockers for infant deaths, another brand, Kids II, made a similar recall.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released a notice of recall on Friday affecting approximately 694,000 Rocking Sleepers. Five babies died after being reportedly "rolled down their backs in the stomach since 2012, while uninhibited or otherwise". Fisher-Price also remembered the product for a similar reason.
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The Rocking Sleepers were sold nationwide from March 2012 to well-known retailers such as Walmart and Target.
"Consumers should stop using the product immediately and seek a refund or voucher from Kids II," the statement says.
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found on the CPSC website.
The news came after two class action lawsuits were reportedly filed against Fisher-Price and Mattel following the recall of the Fisher-Price Rock & # 39; s Play Sleeper, which was linked to 32 child deaths.
Michael Bartiromo of Fox News contributed to this report.