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    • 9/23/2015
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    • 20150814-BF884-2147429338
    Incident Description: When I attempted to remove the stroller from my car, my finger became caught, cut and bruised. I am certain that if I had not managed to loose my finger with a maneuver using my other hand, that my finger would have been broken or partially amputated.
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    (9/18/2015) Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. We have forwarded the information you provided to our Quality Assurance staff for review. We would like to assure consumers that all Safety 1st strollers meet or exceed all mandatory and voluntary safety ... (More)
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