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Recalled slides removed from Calgary playgrounds over amputation risk Published Thursday, June 8, 2017 11:21AM EDT Dozens of recalled slides have been removed from playgrounds in Calgary after a safety recall by the U.S. manufacturer over amputation risks. Pennsylvania-based Playworld Systems Inc. recalled its Lightning Slide stainless steel playground slide late last year, amid concerns over the risk of finger amputations. The company said in an online recall notice in December 2016 that it’s “aware of 13 incidents of broken welds, including two children who have suffered finger amputations.” “The weld between the slide bedway and sidewall can crack and separate,” the recall alert said. ““A child’s fingers can get caught in the space, posing an amputation risk.” Health Canada released a recall alert in January that said 161 of the slides were sold in Canada, but there have been no reports of injuries in this country. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the affected slides were sold at “independent distributors to parks, schools and municipalities from November 2000 through October 2016 for between US$1,500 through $4,000.” The majority of the affected slides in Canada were sold in Alberta. Matthew Blair, the City of Calgary’s park infrastructure lead, told CTV Calgary on Wednesday that the local distributer for Playworld Systems began boarding up and removing the 55 Lightning Slides in city parks in January. He said all of the recalled slides in city parks were gone by the end of April.
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