The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued an immediate recall of more than 2,500 stadium light poles, after confirming reports that 11 of the steel poles fell over. Most of of those incidents occurred in Texas, CPSC says. Related Links: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Release The commission says that the poles range from about 70 to 135 feet tall, weigh one to four tons and are located near school stadiums and gyms. CPSC says the manufacturer was Whitco Co. LLP, Fort Worth, which the commission says is out of business. It says that the recall does not affect
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