UNDATED (WDAM) Summer Infant is recalling more than 80,000 infant bath tubs due to concerns of injury and drowning.
The recall involves its Lil' Luxuries whirlpool, bubbling spa and shower with fabric slings.
Summer Infant and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have received dozens of reports of the slings detaching -- including a few reports of infants who received bumps to the head.
The tubs were sold at Toys R Us and other specialty stores from October 2012 through October 2013 for $60 each.
For more details, visit www.summerinfant.com and click on "Safety Alerts & Recalls" or call, toll free, 1-844-612-4254.
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