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    • 6/17/2011
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    • 20110526-7BEED-2147478819
    Incident Description: I’m writing today about a stroller that my wife and I recently purchased, and a problem that we have experienced with it, that I’m afraid seems to be fairly widespread. My wife and I bought a Phil and Ted’s Dash stroller a couple weeks ago, and recently found ... (More)
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    (6/16/2011) After talking to the customer we found some factual inconsistencies with what is contained in the initial report from them. They had reported most concerningly that "the stroller tipped over with the newborn in it but they were able to catch him and the ... (More)
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