Fisher-Price Rockers Lead to 13 Infant Deaths
Popular baby gear and toy company, Fisher-Price, and US regulators issue a warning after the death of 13 infants between 2009 and 2021.
The Infant-to-Toddler and Newborn-to-Toddler rockers are dangerous to infants. After the babies fell asleep inside the rockers was when the deaths occurred.
A new rule going into effect next week requires infant sleep products to have an angle of 10 degrees or less, however, the safest place for your baby to sleep is in their crib with no blankets or accessories inside.
In 2021 another model of a Fisher-Price rocker was recalled after leading to the death of four infants. Suffocation of infants was at risk if they were to end up on their stomachs in the rocker.
If you have an incident involving a Fisher-Price product, report it to them at 800-432-5437. You can also click here to learn more from Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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