Safety advocates and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have once again advised parents not to use the baby recliner Nap Nanny following a report by the CPSC of the sixth baby who died while using the recalled product, ABC News reported on June 3.
An 8-month old infant from NJ was found stuck between the recliner’s side and a crib bumper, causing her to die of suffocation. In an interview, Scott Wolfson of the CPSC stressed how important it is for parents to avoid using the product because of its dangers. Meanwhile, a statement by the now-defunct company said the product “was never intended for use in a crib.” Despite the deaths that had been reported, the product was only officially recalled in 2012.
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