ASHINGTON (Reuters) - Bassett Furniture Industries Inc is recalling about 8,900 Chinese-made baby cribs because the bolts can loosen, posing an entrapment and strangulation hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday.
The company has received 85 reports of bolts connecting the top corners of its "Wendy Bellissimo Collection Convertible Cribs" loosening. In one case, a 13-month-old child's hand became trapped between the railings, the agency said.
The cribs have been sold at Babies "R" Us stores in the United States since July 2005 for about $500 each, it said.
The recalled cribs are model numbers 5945-0521 and 5545-0521, sold in honey and cherry finishes. Other Wendy Bellissimo Collection cribs are not involved in the recall, the agency said.
My first thought? "Whew, it's not our crib. These cribs were made in July 2005." I was four months into the grieving process by then.
Yeah, how marvelous that I don't have to worry about having a defective crib because they were made after our child had already died.
Marvelous. Simply marvelous.
But you, you should check your crib just in case, okay? Do if for the crazy lady who can't rest until she knows you have...