H.E.B. pan recalled due to laceration hazard

H.E.B. is recalling pans because the lids can pose a safety hazard.
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(KPLC/Gray News) - H.E.B. is recalling around 12,000 saut? pans due to a laceration hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The glass lid can crack or shatter during normal use, posing a laceration hazard, CPSC says. H.E.B. has received eight reports of the glass lid cracking or shattering, including one report of an eye injury.

The product is called "Kitchen & Table 5.5 qt. Saut? Pan with glass lid," says CPSC. The pans are sold in red and gray. Only pans with a date code from 05/2018 through 12/2018 are included in the recall.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled pans with glass lid and return them to H.E.B. for a full refund. H.E.B. sells this product online and at H.E.B. stores in Texas.

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