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    • 10/11/2011
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    • 20110916-1670A-2147475257
    Incident Description: I was using a Graco Simplicity Crib and the springs that held the matteress in place became unstable and fell. Causing my 14 month old baby to fall out of his crib and his leg to become stuck in between the bar and the wooden crib.
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    • 5/6/2011
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    • 20110408-3BCA1-2147480411
    Incident Description: The first hinge screw in one corner fell off a few months after buying it and I replaced it. And 2 years later, the other hinge screw in the opposite side where the drop down rail is located also fell off while my daughter was playing in it, which is adjacent ... (More)
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    • 9/24/2012
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    • 20120830-2530D-2147464234
    Incident Description: This is in regards to the Graco Lauren crib. 8/29: We had to cut one of the slats on the crib because our 15 month old son's leg got got in between two of the side rails! He was screaming and crying because he couldn't get his leg out. I did not expect this ... (More)
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    • 10/31/2012
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    • 20120718-1E773-1260266
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that her 20 month old daughter was napping for approximately 2 hour and she heard her screaming. The consumer quickly went to the room and found that the baby’s leg was stuck through the slats of the crib. The consumer stated that the baby ... (More)
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    • 12/19/2014
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    • 20141120-798BF-2147438696
    Incident Description: My son was in his crib for a nap and I heard him screaming at the top of his lungs in his room. I ran in to his bedroom and his arm was stuck in between the crib rails. He was crying hysterically from the pain and it was so stuck that I was unable to remove ... (More)
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