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    • 3/29/2012
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    • 20120301-0A322-1234772
    Incident Description: The consumer says she laid her 6 month old down to sleep when he got his leg stuck in between the rail. He could not get his leg out. The consumer says he had flipped onto his stomach and was unable to turn back over. The consumer was able to get his leg out. ... (More)
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    • 1/16/2013
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    • 20121205-0F788-2147461321
    Incident Description: Crib support board emits large amounts of nauseous gas. Believed to be formaldehyde 'off gassing' when the humidity in our home became very high due to rainy weather, we noticed a smell from our bedroom where we (mother and father) and 6mo old child sleep. We ... (More)
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    • 2/20/2014
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    • 20140115-1F6FB-1382225
    Incident Description: (01/15/2013) The consumer stated that she was asleep. She heard the baby screaming. She went in the room to get the baby and found that the baby’s left leg was stuck between the crib slats. The consumer stated that her daughter she used liquid soap to get the ... (More)
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    • 6/17/2015
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    • 20150526-8CA53-2147432625
    Incident Description: My daughter crib frame cracked. This caused her to fall out of the bed.
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    • 2/11/2016
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    • 20160114-27D42-2147424691
    Incident Description: I purchased a summerinfant 4-in-1 convertible crib model# 17160 in June 2015. My daughter who is 1 years old has got her leg stuck in the side of the crib between the wood to the point of almost having to cut the crib to get it out. This has happened 3 nights ... (More)
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