Trouble in Toyland report out for consumers

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(KTVI) - The consumer product safety commission has released its annual 'Trouble in Toyland' report.

The survey found small toys that pose a choking hazard, extremely loud toys that threaten children's hearing and toy magnets that can cause serious injury if swallowed.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan warned shoppers, toy dangers don't discriminate by price.

The report also found several toys with high lead levels on the shelves.

Despite the number of toys that slip through the cracks, officials say the numbers of recalls have dropped significantly.

Is every toy, a safe toy quiz

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