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    • 9/19/2013
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    • 20130808-297AB-1346719
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that she placed her 14 month’s old (22lbs) grandson in the crib and he started screaming. The consumer stated that she found that his right leg became stuck up in between the slats up to above his knee. The consumer stated that she ... (More)
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    • 4/23/2012
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    • 20120331-DE230-2147468795
    Incident Description: My 19 month son was sleeping in the crib and multiple times has gotten his legs past his knee stuck in the rails causing bruising. Most recently he got just his knee stuck and gave him a huge bruise.
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    (4/25/2012) Summer Infant has always taken pride in the fact that we have designed, produced, and tested our cribs to meet all current standards. All of our cribs are designed to meet CPSC “Spacing for Crib Components.” The requirement for spacing between slats is that ... (More)
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    • 12/27/2012
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    • 20121115-4BFE6-2147461878
    Incident Description: On several occasions my before and even my now 16 month old son has gotten his leg stuck between the slats of his crib i know that cribs are suppose to have 2 3/8 inch and my crib is up to safety standards, However i am not the only mother or father with this ... (More)
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