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    • 8/12/2013
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    • 20130720-DDA14-2147453981
    Incident Description: Grandson was asleep in a crib from Delta Enterprises, Model 4920-1, Order number 523262, Date 1-10-04. He was stirring and the bottom fell out of the crib. I measured the board in the bottom of the crib. It is 26.25 inches. The distance between the rails in ... (More)
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    (9/30/2013) 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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    • 3/15/2012
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    • 20120214-BAACB-2147470184
    Incident Description: The Sorelle Gia crib is unsafe. Since my son can now stand he has gotten his arm entrapped in the side rails. At the front and the back of each side, the space comes to a V. When babies stand up and then either fall down or sit down, their arms will become ... (More)
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