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Standard Full size Crib (Dropside)
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Nonportable Cribs (1543)
Dorel Asia    
Heritage Crib 3 N 1
11/1/2005 This date is an estimate
Consumer stated that while her 11 month old daughter was in the crib she heard the child scream and discovered that her right leg was stuck between the panels of the crib and she could not release it, she had to call emergency and the fire department responded and was able to release the child's leg from the crib.

The child received major bruisings and her leg was swollen from the incident, no medical attention was needed.

12/6/11 Consumer contacted the manufacturer and was advised that they would send 3 replacement panels and some harware for the crib. She was not aware that the crib was part of a recall in Release # 10-114.

Consumer feels that this is a safety hazard and should be reported.
Injury→Injury, No First Aid or Medical Attention Received
My Child
0 years 11 months
Comment from Dorel Asia 1/9/2012
Thank you for posting your comments. We take these matters very seriously and appreciate consumer feedback. We regret that you have encountered this issue, but it is important to note that this crib meets the requirement for slat spacing. All cribs on the market will have very similar spacing, and as with all cribs that have openings created by slat spacing, there is always a small risk the legs going through the opening. Should you have any other questions or concerns please contact us at 1-800-295-1980 or via email at DAS@DOREL.COM. We were happy to provide assistance in registering you for the recall.

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