Hinge Is Cited in Big Recall of Strollers

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McLaren Stroller

Many news outlets reported today on the recall of baby strollers. One short but comprehensive report was in the New York Times. Here are excerpts from that article.

A baby stroller company voluntarily recalled about one million strollers Monday after reports that children had had their fingertips severed in a hinge, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.

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