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    • 4/28/2014
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    • 20140319-927E1-1392561
    Incident Description: Caller purchased a porta-crib October 27th, 2013 and had no problems until February 17th, 2014 when she heard her baby daughter crying. She reached to pick her 13 month old daughter up but saw that the baby's right leg was caught between the bars up to above ... (More)
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    (4/24/2014) We at Dream On Me are sorry for the trouble you had with the crib and thank god your child is safe and unharmed. the slats on all our cribs are up to regulations, it's unfortunate that kids can still get their hands or legs caught. we will contact the ... (More)
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    • 7/8/2014
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    • 20140613-E58EA-2147443717
    Incident Description: My 14 month old daughter was injured in the front crib slat of the Dream on Me Inc. 3 in 1 convertible crib, style no. 626 mfg. October 2012 on 6/13/14. Looking at the front of the crib, she got her knee wedged in the front of the crib, 2nd or 3rd front slat ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (6/24/2014) We are sorry about the indecent that occurred, all our cribs are manufactured with the correct spacing between the slots, these are all Lab tested and approved. it's unfortunate that kids can get their little hands and legs through these slots.
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    • 3/12/2015
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    • 20150212-BE12E-2147435472
    Incident Description: I bought two cribs on line from Walmart. My 2.5 year old has gotten his leg stuck in one of them 3 times since December 4 2014 when we first got it. It was stuck so bad it took three of us to get it out my husband had to hold him up and my daughter and I had ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/3/2015) Hello all our cribs are manufactured to the CPSC standards with various laboratory testing done twice a year.
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    • 2/19/2019
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    • 20181217-A22D1-2147383717
    Incident Description: Re: Dream on Me Full Size 2 in 1 folding stationery side Crib. Purchased from Amazon 10/18/13 5 month baby got his arm stuck in the narrow side of crib rails and could not get it out. We heard crying for a longer time than usual and went in. The arm was cold ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (1/30/2019) Hello we are very sorry to hear this all our cribs are manufactured within cpsc specs we will do an investigation internally
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    • 3/21/2019
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    • 20190226-4AFCA-2147382489
    Incident Description: My daughter who is now 17 months old was able to tumble from the lower side of the crib rail and fall at the lowest setting of the crib mattress support but I ran to her rescue. I reported this to the manufacturer once when she was just ten months old but the ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/19/2019) Hello if the child comes up to the age of climbing out than it is time for a toddler rail or toddler bed. these cribs are manufactured to the government standards. from the bottom hole to the top of the rail it is 27" inches
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