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    • 7/29/2014
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    • 20140627-BC1EB-2147443325
    Incident Description: My children and I were going for a jog with our Instep Safari double stroller when the front wheel flew off causing my daughters ankle to get hurt and bruising up my leg. My son who was on the other side of the stroller was not hurt. The stroller is now ... (More)
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    (7/22/2014) Dear Consumer: We are sorry to hear about your recent experience. Our swivel wheel strollers are designed to have the front wheel locked in place when jogging. As we warn in the owner’s manual, if moving faster than a normal walking pace, the front swivel ... (More)
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