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    • 7/14/2011
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    • 20110607-DCA75-1186040
    Incident Description: While the 18 month young 24 pound toddler was sleeping. She heard him screaming to the top of his lungs in the middle. She went into his room and noticed that the toddlers left leg up to his knee was caught in between the slats of the crib . In attempting to ... (More)
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    • 10/29/2012
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    • 20120927-BBEB2-2147463361
    Incident Description: When we sat down to build this crib, both my husband and I were surprised with how flimsy the entire crib felt. Of course, seeing the JPMA Certified sticker, we were hoping to be able to rely on that. My son has used this crib for about 9 months now (13 month ... (More)
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    • 9/11/2014
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    • 20140819-D2939-2147441781
    Incident Description: I am a physician and recently cared for a toddler injured in a KidCo PeaPod Plus Travel Bed. He was put to sleep in it while his family was traveling. They were in a room without enough floor space to put the device on the floor and instead put it on a bed. ... (More)
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    (9/10/2014) KidCo takes all incident reports relating to our products very seriously. When developing new items we thoroughly consider its intended use and misuse when considering warnings for display on product and/or the instructions. Our company has been in contact ... (More)
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