Last week, Niagara Bottling issued a voluntary recall of spring water produced at two Pennsylvania plants from June 10-18 because there was evidence of E. coli bacteria at the spring source.
Niagara said there have been no issues or E. coli contamination detected in its finished products or in the spring water that was delivered to its bottling facility.
The bottled water has Niagara Bottling on the label and is sold under these brand names: Acadia, Acme, Big Y, Best Yet, 7-Eleven, Niagara, Nature's Place, Pricerite, Superchill, Morning Fresh, Shaws, Shoprite, Western Beef Blue, and Wegman's.
PetSmart Inc. is recalling about 112,200 Top Fin plastic aquarium heaters in the United States and about 4,800 in Canada.
About 33,000 heaters were previously recalled in August 2014.
An electrical problem with the aquarium heaters poses a risk of fire or electrical shock to the consumer, the company and U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
The firm has received 13 reports of incidents, including four reports of minor shock, seven reports of the water tanks overheating, and one report of property damage from an electrical shortage resulting in fire.
This recall involves all 50-, 100-, 150-, 200-, and 250-watt Top Fin brand plastic aquarium heaters sold between August 2014 and April 2015 with model numbers: HT50, HT100, HT150, HT200, or HT250.
If a crash occurs and the air bag is deployed, the inflator could rupture with metal fragments striking and possibly seriously injuring the passenger occupants, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said. Or, the air bag could deploy abnormally increasing the risk of injury to the passengers.
I’d called to see if my 2002 Honda Accord was in an earlier recall of airbag inflators on the passenger side. I was relieved to find it wasn’t.
Honda, Nissan, and Toyota are recalling millions more vehicles due to faulty airbags.
If a crash occurs and front passenger's air bag is deployed, the inflator could rupture with metal fragments striking and possibly seriously injuring the passenger seat occupant or other occupants, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said. Or, the air bag could deploy abnormally increasing the risk of injury to the passenger in the front seat.
The latest announcements bring the total number of vehicles recalled due to the Takata airbags to 36 million.
Ford Motor Co. is expanding a safety recall for door latches to include about 156,000 more vehicles at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, bringing the total to 545,906 vehicles in North America.
The door latch’s pawl spring tab could break, causing the door not to latch properly. The door could unlatch while the car is being driven, increasing the risk of injury.
There are two reports of soreness resulting from an unlatched door bouncing back when the customer attempted to close it. One accident was reported when an unlatched door swung open and hit another vehicle as the driver was pulling into a parking space.