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    • 9/6/2013
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    • 20130814-55EF2-2147453087
    Incident Description: I received a set of Snugly Baby fitted crib sheets as a shower gift prior to my son being born. I used the sheet (white with blue stars) as a backup when our original crib sheet was in the wash. The crib sheet is defective and almost caused an extremely ... (More)
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    • 3/23/2012
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    • 20120223-B9E48-2147469907
    Incident Description: I want to make you aware of a very serious safety concern involving HALO SLEEP SACKS for infants that recently occurred with my 8 month old daughter. The Halo Sleep Sack is a wearable blanket designed for babies to wear in their cribs to prevent SIDS (Sudden ... (More)
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    (3/14/2012) HALO takes safety seriously and has looked into this incident. It is the first report of its kind we have received in 12 years and millions of SleepSacks in use. We haven’t found any systemic problems with tags from products in this lot or others we have ... (More)
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    • 1/11/2012
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    • 20111216-56EEF-2147472292
    Incident Description: The infant room teacher was leaving on Monday, 12/12 at about 5:30 when she stopped me and told me that the glider rocker in the baby room was feeling weird, like it was loose and going to fall apart. She then left for the day. About 10 minutes after that I ... (More)
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    (12/28/2011) On December 14, 2011, Foundations was notified of the reported incident by the retailer/distributor. Foundations immediately contacted both the daycare center and the grant provider to discuss and gather as much information as possible. Foundations ... (More)
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