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The Consumer Product Safety Commission cites concern about too little oxygen and carbon dioxide buildup in the inflatable spheres known as "water walking balls." The commission is urging people to stay out of them because of a risk of suffocation or drowning. One company that sells the water balls says on its website that there is enough oxygen to last 30 minutes. (Associated Press/Consumer Product Safety Commission)

The Consumer Product Safety Commission cites concern about too little oxygen and carbon dioxide buildup in the inflatable spheres known as "water walking balls." The commission is urging people to stay out of them because of a risk of suffocation or drowning. One company that sells the water balls says on its website that there is enough oxygen to last 30 minutes. (Associated Press/Consumer Product Safety Commission)

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