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    • 11/8/2013
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    • 20131017-EA956-2147450826
    Incident Description: Our family was running in a 5k to benefit hospice and the front wheel of our instep double jogging stroller fell off causing the stroller to tip forward onto the concrete resulting in injuries to both my children and my husband. My oldest son received ... (More)
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    (10/30/2013) Dear Consumer: We are sorry to hear about your recent experience with one of our Instep swivel strollers. The swivel strollers are not intended for use at high speeds and are designed to have the front wheel locked in place when moving faster than a normal ... (More)
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