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Cribs Recalled for Loose Slats

Cribs Recalled for Loose Slats

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(KSL News) -- Think your baby is safe in the crib? You may want to think again.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling 300 Legacy cribs made by Child Craft Industries.

The slats on the drop side rail of the cribs aren't secure. They can loosen and detach, leaving a wide space for a baby to fall or get strangled.

There are twelve reports of slats disconnecting, but no injuries.

The cribs were sold at Juvenile Furniture stores nationwide from March 2002 through January 2004.

Recalled Cribs Include Model Numbers:

The number is printed on the bottom rail of the head or foot board.

You can reach the company by calling 888-844-2674 or visiting their web site.

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