Strollers Recalled After Reports of Fingertip Mutilations
More than 4 million strollers covering dozens of models have been recalled following reports of fingertip amputations.
Graco Children’s Products recalled 4.7 million of its folding strollers in the United States after multiple reports of fingertip lacerations including four reports of partial amputation and six full amputations. The fingers of the children were caught in faulty hinges resulting in the damage.
The strollers are available mostly through Toys R Us, Target and other retailers as well as through Amazon. The strollers are branded under multiple names: Aspen, Breeze, Capri, Cirrus, Glider, Kite, Literider, Sierra, Sterling and TravelMate. A full list of models recalled in available at the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s website.
Graco is also making repair kits available beginning in December to those who wish to keep their strollers.
To report a dangerous incident with these or other products, visit the CPSC’s website.