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    • 10/9/2015
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    • 20150917-D348D-2147428314
    Incident Description: My daughters were in the bunk bed when one of the supporting rails that holds up the matress gave way landing on top of my 6 year old. She was not hurt but, severely shaken up. It was a terrible experience for her. My 9 year old sustained a large cut on the ... (More)
    Product: Bunk Beds (661)
    Product Description: Twin over twin bunk bed
    Injury Info: Injury, First Aid Received by Non-Medical Professional
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: LEA INDUSTRIES
    Business Comments:
    (9/25/2015) We are sorry to learn of this incident. After the consumer contacted the company, we shipped replacement rails and made arrangements with the consumer’s retailer to install them for her.
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    • 12/19/2011
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    • 20111125-76084-2147473017
    Incident Description: On November 25th at approx 12 noon, our 2 week old bunk bed broke and fell through with child lying on the bed. If my 3 year old had been on the bunk bed underneath at that time, it would have killed him. Child fell through and hit his head pretty hard.
    Product: Bunk Beds (661)
    Product Description: Lea Deer Run Triple Bunk Bed Set Factory Model Number: 625-976R, 625-936, 625-909, 625-939
    Injury Info: Injury, First Aid Received by Non-Medical Professional
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: LEA INDUSTRIES
    Business Comments:
    (12/14/2011) We regret the consumer’s experience with our product, but we are glad that no one was hurt in this incident. The report included a photograph of a broken slat. At this point, we are unable to determine how a wooden slat could break or why the loss of one slat ... (More)
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