Kawasaki recalled about 15,000 all-terrain vehicles with fuel taps that can leak and create fire hazards.
The recall involves 2013-2017 KFX50 models and 2012-2017 KFX90 models. The recalled ATVs have four wheels and were sold in a variety of colors. The name is printed on the right and left front fender. The vehicle identification number can be found on the front of the steel frame behind the bumper.
The Tokyo-based multinational company received 18 reports of fuel leakage. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers should stop using the recalled ATVs and contact Kawasaki for free repairs.
Papayas from Mexico
Thirty-two more salmonella cases, including 10 hospitalizations, linked to yellow Maradol papayas from Mexico have been reported by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday, bringing the number of people affected to 141 across 19 states. This includes one death and 45 total hospitalizations.
The salmonella outbreak has been linked to Maradol papayas from the Carica de Campeche farm, which are sold under brand names including Caribeña, Cavi and Valery.
The CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration have updated their advice to urge consumers to not eat papayas from the farm or from the brands Caribeña, Cavi and Valery.
Comfy Cow ice cream
Kentucky-based ice cream chain Comfy Cow recalled some of its most popular flavors due to possible E. coli contamination.
Comfy Cow said in a statement to the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday that it was recalling store-bought pints of Banana Puddin Y’all, Chocolate Squared2, Cookies and Cream, Cow Trax, Double Fold Vanilla, Georgia Butter Pecan, Intense Dark Chocolate, Strawberry Fields Forever and Salted Caramel due to a potential contamination of E. coli.
Three-gallon bulk containers of Georgia Butter Pecan were also recalled.
Comfy Cow says the products were sold between June 13 and July 21 in retail stores in Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana and Tennessee.