Following on the heels of an announcement this week recalling nearly 1 million cribs manufactured by Delta Enterprise Corp., the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports its Early Warning System, created in Fall 2007, is working to warn consumers of concerns with the durability of cribs. The agency says since the Early Warning Sytem was implemented, it has conducted five crib recalls where “hardware was broken, missing or otherwise failed to function.” The recent Delta recall came after an 8-month-old baby died as a result of suffocation when the absence of safety pegs caused the drop side of the crib to ... Read More
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