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    • 1/3/2012
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    • 20111017-F3311-1208323
    Incident Description: The consumer says that the mechanism that keeps the stroller open is not functioning. She says the stroller forces to close with the child still in it and pushes against the child. The child was not injured. She says the manufacture is aware of this situation ... (More)
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    • 5/2/2011
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    • 20110411-690C7-2147480343
    Incident Description: My 2 year old had the top of her left pinky finger amputated while her father opened her stroller. At the hospital we were told this is a frequent injury and that many strollers have been recalled because of it. My stroller brand has net been recalled but ... (More)
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