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    • 1/8/2013
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    • 20121128-22493-2147461512
    Incident Description: 12 month old baby has got his arm caught twice and his knee once in the slats of the crib. The slats have a 2 1/8 inch gap, I believe the gap is too narrow and should be larger to prevent this type of accident. Crib Manufacturer is Million Dollar ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (12/26/2012) We are very sorry to hear about what happened. This consumer did reach out to us in late October when this incident happened. We immediately contacted the consumer to better understand the situation and made suggestions that we thought were appropriate for ... (More)
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    • 10/23/2012
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    • 20120831-726A9-1269828
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that her 23 month old child's left upper thigh was stuck between the slats. The thigh was wedged between the front slats so tight that she had difficulty removing it, she had to use a saw to cut the slats to release the child's thigh. ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (10/16/2012) We were contacted by the consumer on September 07, 2012 regarding this incident. After a phone and a few email conversations, it was our understanding that her child was “rough housing” in the crib, and her baby’s height had already exceeded what is ... (More)
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    • 5/4/2011
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    • 20110412-C8B5C-2147480273
    Incident Description: When I left my 22 month old daughter alone in her crib to nap, she became stuck in her crib. The front of the crib has a rail at the top of the bars, a gap, and then another rail. The gap is the problem. When my daughter stuck one leg in the horizontal gap, ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/26/2011) Thank you for reporting this incident. Million Dollar Baby will examine this with our Product Development team to see if we can make improvement on the design of this model.
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