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    • 6/14/2012
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    • 20120516-770D0-2147467569
    Incident Description: My son, 3.5 years old, got his arm stuck in the Simplicity Convertible Crib (Ellis) and nearly broke it. He had fallen off and his arm slipped through the slab openings, thus twisting his arm as he fell of the bed.
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    • 4/13/2011
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    • 20110322-5ABFF-2147481088
    Incident Description: My daughter's DaVinci Roxanne crib by Million Dollar Baby broke while she was in it. The drop side came loose on one side and her arm got caught in it. We are very lucky she wasn't hurt more than she was. The peg that goes in the side broke in the middle ... (More)
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    (4/8/2011) All drop side cribs are recalled in 2010. Announcements were made on CPSC and MDB websites. Drop side Safety Kits are available to Retailers and Consumers upon request. The consumer submitted her request on 3/21/2011 and a kit was shipped to her on 3/25/2011. ... (More)
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