Several recalls were announced this week, including recreational off-highway vehicles that led to a teenager's death.
The latest list includes:
Polaris recreational off-highway vehicles
Items recalled: Polaris issued a recall of 133,000 Polaris Model Year 2013-2016 RZR 900 and RZR 1000 recreational off-highway vehicles.
Why: The company has received more than 160 reports of the vehicles catching fire and 19 reports of injuries, including first, second, and third degree burns. A 15-year-old passenger died when the vehicle rolled over and caught fire.
More details: The vehicles were sold nationwide at Polaris dealers from July 2012 through April 2016, costing between $16,000 and $26,000. Consumers are advised to stop using the vehicles and contact a local Polaris dealer to schedule a free repair. The sale of the recalled vehicles has been suspended until repairs take place.
Milky Way International Fruit Jars
Items recalled: The company issued a voluntary recall of Nice Peach Slices and Nice Mixed Fruit.
Why: There may be pieces of glass in the jars. There has been one report of glass found in the peaches, but no reports of glass in the mixed fruit.
More details: The jars have been taken off the shelves in Walgreens stores. Consumers can return the jars for a refund.
Flying Tiger Copenhagen Toys
Items recalled: The company issued a recall of 1,000 wooden block toys and wooden giraffes.
Why: Small pieces of the toys can detach, posing a choking hazard to small children.
More details: The toys were sold at Flying Tiger Copenhagen in New York from November 2015 through December 2015. Each toy costs around $3. No injuries have been reported to date. Consumers are advised to take the toys away from children and return the product to the store for a full refund.
SouvNear women's scarves
Items recalled: The company is recalling about 650 scarves, including 51 different styles.
Why: The scarves don't meet the federal flammability standards, posing a burn risk to wearers.
More details: The scarves were sold at Averroes International stores and online at Amazon and Souvnear's website from October 2014 through March 2016. The scarves cost between $8 and $40. Consumers are advised to stop wearing the scarves and return them to SouvNear for a full refund. If the scarf was purchased online, consumers will be contacted directly.
YTL International Drywall Lifts
Items recalled: The company is recalling about 17,000 drywall lifts in the U.S. and 2,700 in Canada.
Why: The drywall lifts may fall when in use, posing an injury risk. The company received two reports of the lift falling and dropping what it was holding.
More details: The drywall lifts were sold nationwide at Lowe's, Menards, and Orgill from January 2013 through January 2016. The lifts cost around $250.