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14,000 recalled baby carriers could drop infants on ground

February 7, 2020, 4:53 PM UTC

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling 14,000 infant carriers after learning that the buckles on the device could break, resulting in the children falling to the ground.

Infantino’s Go Forward 4-in-1 Evolved Ergonomic, Flip Front2back and Up Close Newborn infant carriers are all being recalled. All totaled, roughly 14,000 carriers are included in the action.

The were widely sold by both Target and Amazon last November and December, with a price range of $30 to $50.

To date, no injuries have been reported.

Four specific carriers are included in the recall (lot codes are sewn into the inside of the carrier):

  • Go Forward 4-in-1 Evolved Ergonomic Carrier – lot code: 2018 0619
  • Go Forward 4-in-1 Evolved Ergonomic Carrier – lot code: 2018 0719
  • Flip Front2back Carrier – lot code 2018 0719
  • Up Close Newborn Carrier – lot code 2018 0719

Products can be returned for a free replacement at the place of purchase.

The recall follows last year’s scare involving another popular baby product. Fisher Price recalled 4.7 million Rock ‘n Play Sleepers, which saw 30 infant fatalities in the product’s 10 year history. That recall followed immense pressure from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

In December 2018, infant ibuprofen was recalled over concerns the dosage was too strong. Nearly two months later, the same company recalled more ibuprofen for the same reason. And last August, Pfizer recalled children’s Advil on overdose fears.

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