The child who nearly suffocated was saved by her mother, who removed the container, leaving a visible mark on the girl's face.
Louisville, Kentucky-based KFC included the Tangled Treeples toys with its kids meals at restaurants across the United States in June and July 2000.
Customers should discard the container or return it to any KFC restaurant for an individual-sized side item, such as macaroni and cheese. For more information, consumers can call KFC at 800-CALL-KFC at any time, or visit the company's web site at www.kfc.com.
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