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    • 8/12/2011
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    • 20110628-9CF86-1189272
    Incident Description: The consumer said that her 15 month old, 21 lbs., (ht. unknown) gets stuck in between the slats on the headboard or footboard of the crib. The son is at the age where he stands up and attempts to get out of the crib. Recently, the consumer found her son's ... (More)
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    • 6/10/2011
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    • 20110518-C3555-2147479046
    Incident Description: My 2 year old son (whos bedroom is upstairs from us) started screaming after his nap (which is very unusual behavior) I ran into his nursery as he was trying to crawl over the side of the crib the side callapsed down pinin his leg and rear end between the ... (More)
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