Recall Alert: DaVinci cribs expands recall due to entrapment, fall and laceration hazards

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announce an expanded recall of DaVinci brand cribs. A metal bracket that connects the mattress support to the crib can break.

There have been no reports of injuries as of yet, but there have been roughly 15 complaints of the bracket breaking.

The recall includes several models of full-sized cribs made by DaVinci including: Reagan crib (#M2801), Emily crib (#M4791), Jaime crib (#M7301), and Jenny Lind crib (#M7391).

Each was manufactured from May 2012 through December 2012. Click here for information on serial numbers included in the recall.

The model number, serial number and manufacture date are printed on a label on the bottom right side panel of the crib.

If you have one of these cribs, stop using it immediately and contact the company for a free replacement mattress support. If a bracket has broken on your crib, you should file a report with the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Roughly 11,000 of the recalled cribs have been sold in the United States.  They were sold at Target and “juvenile products stores” nationwide, and online at Amazon.com from May 2012 to December 2013. The cribs cost $150-$250.