Fisher-Price has recalled its popular Rock ‘n Play sleeper, after the Consumer Product Safety Commission confirmed that least 30 babies’ deaths were linked to it. Courtesy of US Consumer Product Safety Commission hide caption Fisher-Price has recalled its popular Rock ‘n Play sleeper, after the Consumer Product Safety Commission confirmed that least 30 babies’ deaths were linked to it. Fisher-Price has issued an immediate recall of all models of its Rock ‘n Play baby sleeper, according to a news release from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Fisher-Price, which has sold approximately 4.7 million of these sleepers, is advising that consumers stop using the product immediately and contact the company for a refund or voucher. “Since 2009, there have been more than 30 infant deaths involving the Rock ‘n Play,” the commission’s acting chair, Ann Marie Buerkle, said in a statement. “This issue has been a top priority for the agency. CPSC has been investigating incidents and analyzing the data regarding how they relate to this product. In addition, CPSC is continuing our investigation into other inclined sleep produ...