Fisher-Price safety seats recalled

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is urging owners of certain Fisher-Price safety seats to obtain and install free replacement parts.

The recall affects 26,700 Fisher-Price safety seats, model number 9149, that were manufactured between Jan. 1 and Feb. 27, 1991, according to Jerry Ralph Curry, a NHTSA administrator.

The seats have blue canopies and are designed for use in the rear-facing postion by very young infants.

"Some of these infant car seats have breast shields which could separate during a crash," Curry said.

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