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Stationary crib
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Nonportable Cribs (1543)
Stork Craft Manufacturing Inc    
11/15/2010 This date is an estimate
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 free his leg she pulled on the slats and attempted to push his leg back. The toddler has gotten his leg caught in between the slats on two occasions the first occasion was around February. The most recent occasion occurred on June 5, 2011 and he receive a minor bruise on both sides of his knee cap where his leg was wedged in between the slats.

The firm was contacted when the first incident occurred and she spoke with a representative from the firm (name unknown) who indicated if the slats were a certain amount of inches apart (exact inches are unknown) then the crib was safe.

The most recent incident the firm was not contacted she stated that they are taking her concerns with the cribs to lately. She currently allows the toddler to sleep with her in fear of his leg being wedged in between the slats and breaking his leg.
Injury→Injury, Level of care not known
My Child
1 years 6 months

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