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    • 2/17/2012
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    • 20120119-73034-1225672
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that her 14 month old child consistently gets themselves caught in the slats of their full sized stationery convertible crib. Usually when the child leg gets the stuck the consumer will hear the child cry and remove the child's leg from ... (More)
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    • 2/7/2012
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    • 20120109-5E4A8-2147471513
    Incident Description: On Sunday January 8, 2012, I was putting my 17 month old son down for a nap in his crib (Babi Italia Eastside Single crib). As I as walking out of the room, he began to scream. I turned around and his left ankle and foot were stuck in between the bars on the ... (More)
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    • 11/23/2011
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    • 20111101-10522-2147473752
    Incident Description: We have had several incidents where our daughters feet are getting caught in the slats of the crib. Here is a copy of a review we recently posted on the product. Being a victim of the drop-side crib fiasco, we were given a voucher to purchase a new crib, even ... (More)
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    • 7/19/2011
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    • 20110625-965E2-2147477865
    Incident Description: This report is regarding the Babi Italia Pinehurst Convertible Crib. Both legs of my 18-month-old son were stuck between the slats earlier this evening. It was very difficult to remove them and once his legs were freed, they were swollen and bruised.
    Business Comments:
    (7/18/2011) Thank you for posting your concern. In this instance, the crib has been designed and manufactured to comply with mandatory and voluntary regulations for crib slat spacing requirements. LaJobi, Inc. has established a reputation as a market leader in safety, ... (More)

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