CPSC Sues Britax Over Baby Stroller Defect

CPSC Sues Britax Over Baby Stroller Defect

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has sued Britax Child Safety, Inc., alleging that certain models of the company's jogging strollers contain a defect that causes wheels to detach.  The CPSC says that the defect has caused injuries to children including a concussion, injuries to the head and face requiring stitches, dental injuries, contusions and abrasions; and adult injuries including a torn labrum, fractured bones and torn ligaments, contusions and abrasions.  CPSC says that Britax declined to recall or repair the strollers.  [2/23/18]

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