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    • 11/29/2016
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    • 20161027-818D5-2147411625
    Incident Description: I have been reading about the recall on Delta Cribs. I on the other hand think there should be a way to lower the side of the crib safely or have it bend down in half or something. I was putting my 9 month old grandson back to bed, he was asleep, and when I ... (More)
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    • 4/18/2011
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    • 20110324-1AF3C-2147480964
    Incident Description: I have a 14 month old Daughter, who was taking a nap in her Delta Amber Baby Crib, When she woke up and starting screaming. I went in there and my daughter had her leg stuck in her bed rails. It took over 25 minutes to get her leg out. I had to use butter on ... (More)
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    (9/12/2011) Please be aware that our crib slats adhere to the mandated federal requirements which established the slat dimensions and spacing in order to avoid head entrapment.
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