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    • 6/20/2012
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    • 20120510-3A6B7-1247956
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that she purchased a full size crib for her 9 months old daughter who weights 19-1/2 pounds. The consumer stated that she placed her daughter down for a nap and approximately 5 minutes after she placed her in the crib she heard her cried. ... (More)
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    (6/12/2012) We have 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 it must not ... (More)
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    • 2/23/2015
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    • 20150128-491CA-2147435967
    Incident Description: On two-three different occasions, both of my twin boys have gotten their legs stuck in between the wooden bars of their cribs, the "jourdan" model from restoration hardware. The incident that that prompted this report, however, was the only one that resulted ... (More)
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