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The date of manufacture of the crib was July 2014. Model number 04540-459. Description: Rory Convertible Crib-espresso. PO_SA5068. SC: GB.
Baby
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Cribs, Not Specified (1545)
Lajobi,Inc    
Graco
04540-459
GB
I don't know
7/1/2014  
I don't know  
Walmart
Unspecified
6/30/2015 This date is an estimate
My 16 month old daughter got her upper arm badly stuck between a bar and a corner post in her Graco crib. That is the one slot between bars on the crib where the width of the gap varies from top to bottom. My wife had significant difficulty getting her arm out. My wife was very careful not to further injure my daughter's arm in the process. My wife finally had to push on the bar hard enough to break the crib to free my daughter. My wife called me at work and said that my daughter's upper arm was red and her lower arm looked misshapen compared to the other arm. She took her to the doctor to make sure she didn't have a broken arm. The provider that saw her concluded that she did not have a broken arm. But she said that if my daughter's bones didn't still have so much cartilage in them, then her bone would have likely snapped. No baby should suffer and come this close to a broken arm due to the proper use of a modern crib.

The date of manufacture of the crib was July 2014. Model number 04540-459. Description: Rory Convertible Crib-espresso. PO_SA5068. SC: GB.

The manufacturer offered to send us a replacement of the part of the crib that broke. They contacted us later and said that they did not have the part, and that model was no longer in production. They offered to send us the materials to convert her crib into a full-sized bed, but my daughter will be in a crib for at least another year. They refused to send us a new crib or a credit that we could at least apply to a new one.
7/2/2019
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Injury→Injury, Seen by Medical Professional
My Child
Female
1 years 4 months
Yes
No
No
I still have the crib (she is sleeping in pack-and-play for the time being). I have been emailing back and forth with the manufacturer.
Yes
N/A

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