A California-based company is recalling thousands of baby cribs sold in the U.S. after detecting a problem that could cause harm to its infant users, a July 15 article from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) stated.
Reports said Bexco Enterprises Inc. issued a recall of approximately 11,660 various models of “DaVinci” cribs that have a metal bracket connected to the mattress support. The metal brackets in the cribs may fail and possibly cause laceration, entrapment or fall injuries to babies. Bexco and the CPSC have not yet received reports of any injuries caused by the affected cribs; however, at least 10 incidents of metal bracket failure were reported. Consumers who have the recalled cribs are instructed to coordinate with Bexco for the free repair of their units.
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