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terry clothe bib with velcro for closing
Clothing and Accessories
Other
Clothing Accessories (1647)
J.C.Penney Company, Inc    
 
 
Jc Penny
Michigan
4/15/2010 This date is an estimate
While feeding the nine month old infant lunch she noticed that the infant had scratches on the back of her neck. Unsure of how the scratches got there she continued to feed her.

Suddenly the infant began to scream as if something was bothering her she removed the infant from the highchair and removed the bib and noticed that the end that has the prickly part had sharp edges and that was what was causing the infant the scratches/cuts.

She indicates noticing the back of the infant’s neck having scratches on other occasions. She has treateed the injures with medication at home. She has not contacted the firm but plans on doing so. She has discontinued the use of the bibs.
5/3/2011
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Injury→Injury, First Aid Received by Non-Medical Professional
Unspecified
Female
0 years 9 months
Yes
No
No
Yes
N/A
Comment from J.C.Penney Company, Inc 6/1/2011
At jcpenney, the health and safety of our customers is our number one priority. All of our suppliers are required to comply with all applicable laws including product safety laws and regulations. jcpenney does not knowingly import or sell any non-complaint merchandise. Consumers are directed to contact our Customer Service at 1-800-944-6608 if they have any questions about this product.
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