A recall has been issued by Columbus Trading-Partners USA for its CYBEX child car seats over a possible choking hazard that can come from loose pieces of foam.

The recall affects about 20,526 car seats, according to ABC News.

The recall was issued due to loose pieces of foam that a children my pick from the child seat headrest pad. These foam pieces can present a choking hazard, which could increase the risk of injury to children if swallowed.

Impacted models include certain CYBEX Sirona M Convertible Child Car Seats with the model numbers 518000385, 518002153, 518000387, 518002145, 518002149, 518002151, and 519000211.

The recalled car seats were produced from Nov. 3, 2017, to Aug. 31, 2018.

Columbus Trading-Partners is offering consumers that have the recalled car seats in their possession a kit by mail that provides instructions on how to seat the headrest foam at no charge.

Impacted child car seat owners are expected to receive a recall notice around May 9.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Columbus Trading-Partners’ customer service at 1-877-242-5676.

The recall was posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has a complete list of child car seats that have been recalled on its website.

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