RECALL: Children at risk of becoming trapped in popular crib

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall for a popular child crib Tuesday after discovering children can easily become trapped due to a faulty rail.

The commission issued the recall of Oeuf Sparrow Cribs after receiving four reports the top rail detached from the crib unintentionally.

No children were hurt, but officials fear the easily detached railing could trap children in the crib.

The recalled cribs were manufactured between July 2007 and January 2014 and have one of the following model numbers: 1SPCR, 2SPCR, 4SPCR or 5SPCR. The manufacture date, in the MM-YYYY format, and the model number are located on the warning label attached to the crib’s mattress support.

For more information on the recall, click here.

1 Comment

  • Crib owner

    This information is not very accurate. No where does the CPSC say that children can "easily become trapped." This is a voluntary recall for a rare (as you state, 4 out of 14,000 cribs) issue that involves the top rail becoming loose.

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