Your baby might be in danger: Costway strollers recalled

Your baby might be in danger: Costway strollers recalled The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently recalled 16,000 Costway infant and child double strollers because of entrapment, strangulation, and fall risks. Manufactured in China, the strollers were sold online on Costway’s site and the World’s largest online marketplace, Amazon, for about $100. The strollers could potentially allow a child’s torso to pass through the opening between the tray and seat. This could cause their head to become entrapped, risking strangulation. Additionally, the pelvic restraint’s location creates a large opening between the seat bottom and the restraint, which could pose a fall hazard to children. Costway recalled stroller models:
  • Infant Double Stroller, model #BB4476 (Red, Grey, Black)
  • Infant Double Stroller, model #BB4613 (Black)
  • Face to Face Double Stroller, model #BB4690 (Grey)
Consumers with the above models should stop using the strollers as soon as possible. If you have not been injured, you can contact Costway for instructions on how to receive a refund. However, if you have been a consumer affected by this recall, you may be eligible for compensation. If you or someone you know has been injured as the result of a defective product, contact an attorney at Wyatt Law Firm today. 210-340-5502
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