Toys "R" Us has decided it won't be selling a certain model of a Tonka truck after it sparked a fire inside a real pickup truck in Washington state on Friday.
According to NBC News, a couple bought the Tonka 12V Ride-On Dump Truck for their grandson, but on the way home, the toy caught on fire.
Delmond Harden says he was able to put out the fire, but it ignited again on his way back to the store, setting his own truck on fire.
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"The firefighter ... doused the truck with water and I'm, I still can't believe it, we almost shut (Interstate)-5 down, and it was just a toy for our grandson, who would have known," Harden told NBC Seattle affiliate KING-TV.
A Toys "R" Us spokeswoman said the fire was an isolated incident and the company is not issuing a full recall, but the toy has been taken off shelves while they investigate.
Harden said Toys "R" Us apologized and gave him a refund.