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January 5, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Firm Recalls 100,000 Portable Playpens: The products, manufactured by Baby Trend Inc. of Pomona, have been voluntarily recalled after one type collapsed at least four times, killing two babies, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. Two other babies were revived after they stopped breathing when their playpens collapsed. Unless the rails of the playpen are locked, a baby can be caught by the neck and strangled.
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January 5, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Firm Recalls 100,000 Portable Playpens: The products, manufactured by Baby Trend Inc. of Pomona, have been voluntarily recalled after one type collapsed at least four times, killing two babies, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. Two other babies were revived after they stopped breathing when their playpens collapsed. Unless the rails of the playpen are locked, a baby can be caught by the neck and strangled.
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October 9, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Warning Issued on Playpens: Improper assembly of two types of playpens made by Pomona-based Baby Trend Inc. could cause them to collapse and seriously injure infants, the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission said. A 1-year-old was killed and three other babies were injured when mesh-sided Home and Roam playpens collapsed because the top rails were not locked in place. The 40-by-40-inch and 28-by-40-inch models were sold under the Baby Trend and Baby Express names.
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October 10, 1993 | Associated Press
Improper assembly of two types of playpens could cause them to collapse and seriously injure infants, federal consumer safety officials said Friday. A 1-year-old child was killed and three other babies were injured when mesh-sided "Home and Roam" playpens manufactured by Baby Trend Inc. collapsed in separate incidents because the top rails were not locked in place, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The playpens were sold under the "Baby Trend" and "Baby Express" names.
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October 10, 1993 | Associated Press
Improper assembly of two types of playpens could cause them to collapse and seriously injure infants, federal consumer safety officials said Friday. A 1-year-old child was killed and three other babies were injured when mesh-sided "Home and Roam" playpens manufactured by Baby Trend Inc. collapsed in separate incidents because the top rails were not locked in place, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The playpens were sold under the "Baby Trend" and "Baby Express" names.
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October 9, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Warning Issued on Playpens: Improper assembly of two types of playpens made by Pomona-based Baby Trend Inc. could cause them to collapse and seriously injure infants, the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission said. A 1-year-old was killed and three other babies were injured when mesh-sided Home and Roam playpens collapsed because the top rails were not locked in place. The 40-by-40-inch and 28-by-40-inch models were sold under the Baby Trend and Baby Express names.
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