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4-1 convertible Crib
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Cribs, Not Specified (1545)
Million Dollar Baby
k5101 (Parker crib)
N0900 2 589
7/1/2010 This date is an estimate
The consumer stated that her 23 month old child's left upper thigh was stuck between the slats. The thigh was wedged between the front slats so tight that she had difficulty removing it, she had to use a saw to cut the slats to release the child's thigh. There was no injury.

The consumer suggested that cribs should not be made with gaps, it should be made solid and only have a opening where the parent can retieve the child.


Note: The consumer will add more details to report when it is received.
Incident, No Injury
My Child
1 years 11 months
Contacted mfr through their website to file a complaint. Report number [REDACTED]
Comment from MILLION DOLLAR BABY 10/16/2012
We were contacted by the consumer on September 07, 2012 regarding this incident. After a phone and a few email conversations, it was our understanding that her child was “rough housing” in the crib, and her baby’s height had already exceeded what is recommended for the crib configuration (under 35"). After our full investigation, we concluded that the cause of this incident was misusing the product and we do not believe this it is at the fault of our design or manufacture defect, as our Parker Crib has been re-tested on a yearly base, and is compliant with ASTM and federal Safety Standards.
We are glad to know that her child was unharmed but unfortunately we were unable to issue a refund per requested as this was purchased through a retailer. However, we are more than happy to assist with any questions or concerns regarding our MDB family products.

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