The death of a 4-year-old girl trapped and strangled in a home window blind cord prompted the U.S. Consumer Protection Agency to recall the product Wednesday.
More than 32,000 window blinds made by the company Vertical Land of Panama Beach, Fla., are included in the recall because they are a strangulation risk to children.
The issue is with the cords on the vertical, cellular and horizontal window blinds. Children cen become entangled in them and strangle.
The blinds were sold at stores in Panama City and Pensacola, Fla.
For more information, read the CPSC’s recall notice.