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Firm Reports Defect on Carriage-Strollers

December 01, 1987|Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Fisher-Price Toys said that fasteners on the side canopy panels of its carriage-strollers could fail, allowing a child to fall out when the seat is reclined, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Monday.

The East Aurora, N.Y., company said no serious injuries have been reported, although it has received reports of two incidents when children fell from the Model 9110 combination stroller-carriages.

The company, which said that the recall affects strollers made before July 1, 1986, said it will provide a modification kit.

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