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Another Toy Recall Because of High Lead Levels

WASHINGTON (AP) - Lead concerns have prompted more toy recalls.

The recall involves more than 600,000 toys and children's necklaces made in China.

Among the recalled items are R-C-2 Corporation's "Knights of the Sword" series toys and some of its Thomas and Friends items.

This is the second recall from the Thomas & Friends product line.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the items are being recalled because they contain dangerous levels of lead.

The C.P.S.C. announced seven recalls in all: Target, the importer of Happy Giddy gardening tools and children's Sunny Patch Chairs, recalled about 350,000 items of the product.

They were sold nationwide from August 2006 through August 2007.