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After 15 Infant Deaths, Nearly 700,000 Rocking Sleepers Were Recalled

The Kids2 firm is recalling 694,000 Rocking Sleepers. Parents can request a refund by contacting the company firm.

This action prompted the death of infants, 15 in total and four after the first-recall notice.

Many parents think that if a baby product is on the market, it has already been evaluated and found safe. But ultimately, it’s up to the businesses to choose what’s safe.

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Families are advised to urgently stop using all models of Kids2 Rocking Sleepers following the deaths, according to the second recall notice.

The original recall was in 2019. The second recall notice came in Jan 2023.

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, or the CPSC, reported that four of the 15 infants passed away following the initial recall notification.

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According to the CPSC, the newborns died because they rolled from the back to their stomach or side while unchecked or in other situations, which resulted in their deaths.

Although this applies to most deaths, some were due to unknown reasons, or the company couldn’t give clear-cut instructions on how the tragic events unfolded.

The rocking sleepers were sold to reputed retailers nationwide between 2012 and 2019. It was available in the price range of $40 to $80. The sale of recalled sleepers is a punishable offense.

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