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    • 1/11/2013
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    • 20121128-6DF41-2147461519
    Incident Description: There have been 4 incidents so far of my 12 month old grand daughter's leg getting wedged between the rails in the sides of the crib between the side slats while she sleeps. She moves around during sleep and her legs slip through the side. She wakes up ... (More)
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    • 11/4/2011
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    • 20110926-2CA69-1203299
    Incident Description: Consumer stated after she received the crib that was purchased online, she noticed that it produced an overwhelming chemical odor, which caused a headache and a sensation in her mouth. Consumer stated that with this odor she cannot place her child in the ... (More)
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