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Recall: Children's motor scooter due to sudden acceleration problems

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Two battery powered scooters are being recalled after several reports of the scooter unexpectedly accelerating, causing the rider to fall off.

The distributor, Dynacraft, has received nine reports of the scooters accelerating unintentionally, including three with minor injuries that include a bloody nose and bruises.

The Monster High City Scooters were sold exclusively at Walmart from November 2012 to January 2013.

The Hello Kitty City Scooters were sold exclusively at Toys R Us from October 2012 to January 2013.

Consumer Product Safety Commission has details on both recalls regarding serial numbers and manufacturing dates among other things. Click here for the CPSC's report on the Monster City High scooter. Click here for the CPSC's report on the Hello Kitty scooter.

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