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    • 8/29/2011
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    • 20110808-EA61E-2147476437
    Incident Description: We have an Emily Convertable Crib made by DaVinci, that was bought as a gift for us just a little over a year ago. In the 10 months that my son has been sleeping in this crib he has gotten his leg stuck between the slats twice. The first time he got his leg ... (More)
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    (8/24/2011) Thank you for submitting this report. The spacing between slats on all our full size cribs are well within the ASTM and the federal 16 CFR 1219 safety standards. The spacing between the round upper bar and the front rail is also tested and passed all safety ... (More)
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    • 3/4/2013
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    • 20130206-80E39-2147459037
    Incident Description: We have had about ten different instances of our baby getting his thigh stuck between the slats of his crib. The most recent instance occurred today, and he was stuck so bad that I was afraid I wasn't going to be able to get him loose without having to call ... (More)
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