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    • 9/20/2017
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    • 20170819-652B3-2147398012
    Incident Description: I was removing the stroller from the trunk and the stroller began to open. I reached down to grab the cup holder that had fallen off when my finger got caught. The finger required 6 stitches. I just keep thinking how lucky it was only my finger and not my ... (More)
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    (8/31/2017) Inglesina USA, Inc. takes product safety issues seriously. The Trip stroller is thoroughly tested and meets and exceeds the requirements of the world’s most demanding standards including, but not limited to, the U.S. ASTM F-833 Standard Consumer Safety ... (More)
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