The easy-to-make mistake allows the slide to separate from the frame and create a gap that kids can get stuck in, reports the Journal. There have been seven infant entrapments and 55 other incidents with these cribs.
The CPSC warns that parents should not reverse the hardware, because it may have been damaged after being installed upside down.
The recalled canvas/vinyl lunchboxes, which also were made in China, were given out for free by California in an effort to promote it’s healthful eating program, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Lead was found in the vinyl and the yellow logo on 56,000 green bags. Below are the words “Eat Fruits & Vegetables and Be Active.” Maybe the slogan should be, “Eat Lead and Be Brain Damaged.”