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    • 1/2/2018
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    • 20170731-23F7F-2147398547
    Incident Description: Since 2004, I have provided a baby crib service to the Rhode Island area and purchase new cribs each year. I use the cribs purchased for two seasons the donate them. I buy approximately half on my crib inventory each year keeping approximately 30 cribs in ... (More)
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    • 11/1/2012
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    • 20120906-5E592-1270611
    Incident Description: September 6th 2012 Dear [REDACTED], On Friday August 17, 2012 my son got his foot stuck in his crib. My fiancé called me at work around 11am to tell me that his foot was stuck in between the railings of his crib. I left work to see if I could help him get his ... (More)
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    • 2/13/2012
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    • 20111207-F1E4F-2147472581
    Incident Description: I purchased a 10'' natural & organic crib bumper from Natura in 2009. I used it with my daughter, who was born in 2009, for just a few weeks. She didn't like having a bumper (she liked looking out of her crib) so I removed the bumper after just a few weeks of ... (More)
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