Child strollers recalled due to the risks of amputation and lacerations
In an online report published on January 30, the Huffington Post revealed that Britax Child Safety Inc. is recalling roughly 216,000 single and double juvenile strollers after receiving reports that pressing the stroller’s release button might partially amputate consumer’s fingertips, cause severe cuts, or break fingers.
The report stated that the strollers B-Agile, Agile Double, and BOB motion were sold online and in juvenile product stores nationwide from May 2011 to June 2013. The report added that the strollers were sold in different colors, including orange, sandstone, navy, and black.
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