Recalled Tylenol products still on store shelves

Recalled Tylenol products still on store shelves »Play Video
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Walking out of a local pharmacy store, Kim Van Tassoe said she was not aware of a recall of numerous Tylenol products.

"It's very concerning, and I had no idea," said Van Tassoe.

The list includes batches of Tylenol, both regular and extra strength, Children's Tylenol, Eight-hour Tylenol, Tylenol Arthritis, Tylenol PM, Children's Motrin, Motrin IB, Benadryl, Rolaids, Simply Sleep and St. Joseph's Aspirin.

The medications were recalled because of a smell that's making some people sick.

A spot check around Bakersfield revealed the products still being sold at the CVS pharmacy on Mt. Vernon Avenue. The products had been removed from Walgreen's on Mt. Vernon Avenue, Rite Aid on H street and at Kaiser-Permanente pharmacy on Stockdale Highway.

Rite Aid has products that appear to be part of the recall, but store officials said they're only stocking products with lot numbers that aren't affected by the recall.

Under the voluntary Class II recall, stores have up to 10 days from the time the recall was issued to remove the product, said a Kaiser spokesman.

For more information on recalls, visit www.mcneilproductrecall.com.