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    • 7/9/2013
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    • 20130613-1A42C-2147455250
    Incident Description: I purchased a Baby Trend Reebok jogging stroller at some point in 2009. On a recent run with my son the frame came apart at the weld between the wheels. This created an incredibly unsafe situation and displayed a serious structural issue for this piece of ... (More)
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    (6/26/2013) Baby Trend, Inc. appreciates any and all product feedback from consumers. The product is no longer in production. Baby Trend stopped the production of this item over 8 years ago. Furthermore, we have requested that the unit is sent back to Baby Trend for an ... (More)
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