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    • 11/6/2015
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    • 20151015-437CA-2147427502
    Incident Description: She was standing in the crib and was biting on the smooth teething rail and her bottom two teeth got stuck under the clear plastic guard and when she sat down it pulled both of the teeth complete out root and all.
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    Business Comments:
    (10/30/2015) Foundations Worldwide Inc. has always held children's safety as a top priority. Although this incident is very unfortunate, all Foundations products, including this crib model 1631040, have been tested to and comply with all CPSC regulations for children's ... (More)
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    • 1/8/2013
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    • 20121128-22493-2147461512
    Incident Description: 12 month old baby has got his arm caught twice and his knee once in the slats of the crib. The slats have a 2 1/8 inch gap, I believe the gap is too narrow and should be larger to prevent this type of accident. Crib Manufacturer is Million Dollar ... (More)
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    (12/26/2012) We are very sorry to hear about what happened. This consumer did reach out to us in late October when this incident happened. We immediately contacted the consumer to better understand the situation and made suggestions that we thought were appropriate for ... (More)
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